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COMMENCEMENT 
PROGRAM 



George Huff Gymnasium 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1952, 2:30 P.M. 



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ORDER OF EXERCISES 

Professor Leslie Aulls Bryan, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman 
Colonel Melton Adams Hatch, B.S., U.S.A., Marshal 

COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 

Processional March George Melachrino 

The University Concert Band 

Mark H. Hindsley, A.M., Conductor 

PRELUDE 

Meditation from Thais Tides Massenet 

The University Concert Band 

SINGING OF "AMERICA" BY THE AUDIENCE 

INVOCATION 

The Reverend Edward J. Blenker, A.B., B.D. 

Pastor of the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Champaign, Illinois 

COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Conrad Bergendoff, Ph.D., Th.D., LL.D. 
President of Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois 

INTERLUDE 

Festival Barry Drewes 

The University Concert Band 

GREETINGS FROM THE ALUMNI 

Harold Pogue, A.B. 

President of the University of Illinois Alumni Association 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

George Dinsmore Stoddard, Ph.D., Litt.D., L.H.D., LL.D. 

President of the University 
SINGING OF "AULD LANG SYNE" BY THE AUDIENCE 

BENEDICTION 

The Reverend Mr. Blenker 

POSTLUDE 

Coronation George Thaddeus Jones 

The University Concert Band 



AMERICA 

My country, 'tis of thee, 
Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing; 
Land where my fathers died, 
Land of the pilgrims' pride, 
From every mountain-side 

Let Freedom ring. 

Our fathers' God, to Thee, 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing; 
Long may our land be bright 
With Freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 



AULD LANG SYNE 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT 



Leslie A. Bryan, Chairman 
Stanley H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman 
Orville T. Bonnett 
Harold S. Dawson 
Charles S. Havens 



Anthony J. Janata 
Alan K. Laing 
Miriam A. Shelden 
Janice M. Smith 
Leah F. Trelease 



FACULTY GUIDES 



Turpin C. Bannister 
Donald E. Brown 
Gibbon Butler 
Harold C. M. Case 
John E. Cribbet 
Robert I. Dickey 
Bernard J. Diggs 
George H. Dung an 
Dwight P. Flanders 
Aurelio E. Florio 
Tom S. Hamilton 
Melton A. Hatch 
Harold W. Holt 
Chester O. Jackson 



Harvey H. Jordan 
Francis J. Koenig 
Oskar A. Kubitz 
Arthur B. Mays 
Gerald E. Moore 
Cyrus E. Palmer 
Arne Rae 
Elmer Roberts 
William C. Rose 
John D. Ryder 
Edward T. Sanford 
Cecil D. Smith 
J. Lloyd Trump 



SIGNIFICANCE OF CAP TASSEL COLORS 

The names of degree candidates appear under their respective col- 
leges and departments. Colleges are listed in the following order: 

Graduate College Black 

College of Law Purple 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

Library School Lemon Yellow 

College of Education Blue 

College of Commerce and Business Administration Dark Gray 

School of Journalism and Communications Black and White 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 

Division of Special Services for War Veterans. . .Orange and Blue 
College of Veterinary Medicine Gray 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 



THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 

Candidates presented by Frederick Theodore Wall, Ph.D. 
Acting Dean of the Graduate College 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 
Ming Po Hsu, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1941; M.S., 1948 

IN AGRONOMY 

Herman Leroy Breland, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1942; M.S., Purdue 

University, 1948 
Shelden Feldman, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

Joseph Julian Pierre, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1932; M.S., 1947 
Robert McLeod Reed, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 
William Franklin Spencer, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1950 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Harold Hugh Draper, B.S., University of Manitoba, 1945; M.S., University of 

Alberta, 1948 
Richard Carl Wahlstrom, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1948; M.S., 1950 

IN BUSINESS 

Dwight Lonnie Gentry, A.B., Elon College, 1941; M.B.A., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1947 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Beverley Feild, B.Ch.E., University of Virginia, 1948; M.S., 1950 
Klaus Dieter Timmerhaus, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Roy Henderson Bible, Jr., B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1948; M.S., 1949 

John Figueras, Jr., B.S., University of Rochester, 1949; M.S., 1950 

Robert Lincoln Foster, B.S., Monmouth College, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Henry Charles Geller, A.B., Rice Institute, 1948; A.M., 1949 

Allan Dale Gott, B.S., University of the South, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Richard Jason Hellmann, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Virginia Caroline Menikheim, B.S., Butler University, 1941 ; M.S., 1949 

Ernest D. Nicolaides, B.S., Monmouth College, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Robert Clair Sentz, B.S., Bucknell University, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Homer Jennings Sims, B.S., M.S., Western Illinois State College, 1948 

Charles Jackson Strickler, B.S., Purdue University, 1942; M.S., 1949 

Richard Harvey Tennyson, B.S., St. Mary's College, 1946 

William Warren West, A.B., Knox College, 1943; M.S., De Paul University, 

1948; M.S., 1950 
William Arthur Ziegler, A.B., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Narbey Khachaturian, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 
Joseph Tobias, B.S., University of Georgia, 1942; M.S., 1949 

IN ECONOMICS 

Theodore Lewis Whitesel, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1931 ; B.S., 
M.S., 1932, 1934 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Te-Ning Chin, B.E.E., National Southwest Association University, 1942; M.S., 

1949 
Robert Stratman Elliott, B.S., A.B., Columbia University, 1942, 1943; M.S., 1047 

IN ENGLISH 

Robert Lawrence Coard, A.B., Quincy College, 1943; A.M., 1946 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Abdel-latif Amin El-Deeb, B.S., Fouad First University, 1937; M.S., 195 1 
Henry Eric Fernando, B.S., University of Ceylon, 1947; M.S., 1950 
Frank Edwin Guthrie, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Donald Monroe Tuttle, B.S., M.S., Michigan State College, 1940, 1947 
Eddie Borders Vinson, B.S., M.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1948, 1949 

IN GERMAN 
Grace Armour Westen, A.B., Smith College, 1940; A.M., Yale University, 1043 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 
Irving Isaak Raines, A.B., A.M., 1942, 1949 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Joseph Hope Hornback, A.B., Central College, 1932; A.M., Harvard University, 

1933 
Joe Willie Wray, B.S., M.S., University of Georgia, 1939, 1944; A.M., 1948 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Thornton Walton Price, B.S., 1942; M.S., Lehigh University, 1950 
Robert Senters Wick, B.M.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1946; M.S., 
Stevens Institute of Technology, 1948 

IN PHYSICS 

William Eberle Kreger, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1946; M.S., 1948 
William Gates Moulton, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1946; A.M., 1948 
Marlin Eugene Remley, A.B., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1942 ; 
M.S., 1948 

IN SOCIOLOGY 
Donald Edwin Rasmussen, A.B., A.M., 1937, 1938 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Morris Seifert Cover, V.M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1938; M.S., Kansas 
State College, 1943 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Conrad Alvin Blomquist, B.S., M.S., 1940, 1947 

Jack Dalton Tiner, M.S., Michigan State College, 1946; D.V.M., Agricultural 
and Mechanical College of Texas, 1944 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Oren Raymond Rankin, B.S., A.M., Southwest Texas State Teachers College, 

1935, 1041 
Khaime Riskin, B.S., Ed.M., University of California, 1949, 1950; Ed.M., 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

Gilberto R. Cabrera, B.S., M.B.A., New York University, 1946, 1949 

Edward Sussna, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1950 

Keijiro Tanaka, A.B.(Law), Tokyo Imperial University, 1947 

IN EDUCATION 

Eleanor Anna Berg, A.B., Wheaton College, 1947 

Clarissa Sheeks Bonnell, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1943 

Elder Swanson Carlsten, A.B., 1910 

Rogers Winfield Cumming, B.Mus.Ed., M.Mus.Ed., Vandercook School of 

Music, 1047, 1949 
Gertrude Ellis Fisher, A.B., William Penn College, 1929 
Mary Roberts Fry, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1947 
Frances Lu Haase, B.S., Bradley University, 1931 
Corine Jessop, B.Mus., De Paul University, 1938 
Dorothy Dorch Jones, A.B., 1949 

Morris Gilbert Washington, B.S., Lincoln University, 1948 
Roy W. White, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1949 

IN ENGLISH 
Thomas Christl Arthur, A.B., College of Wooster, 1938 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Wilbur Reynolds Lamb, A.B., Syracuse University, 1951 

Hassan Taha Nejim, B.S., Higher Teachers College of Bagdad, 1944 

Donald Martin Roznowski, A.B., Syracuse University, 1950 

IN GERMAN 

Elizabeth Mary Grossman, A.B., 1950 
Albert Alois Hoch, A.B., 1951 

IN MATHEMATICS 
Roy Daniel Ragsdale, B.S., University of Texas, 1947 

IN PHILOSOPHY 
George Albin Remington, A.B., 1946 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Boris Breiger, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1949 
Joyce Stauthammer Cohrs, A.B., 1951 
Herbert Manley Goldman, A.B., 1950 
Sidney Kasper, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1950 
Thomas Binney Porter, B.S., 1949 
James Robert Skeen, A.B., 1948 
Phillip Wayne Wenig, B.S., 1950 



IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Robert LeRoy Neiman, B.S., 1951 

Vivian Carol Webster, A.B., College of St. Francis, 1941 

Ira Jay Weinstein, A.B., 1950 

Stanley Martin Yates, A.B., Ohio University, 1950 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Ralph Howard Hines, B.S., 1949 

Oliver Wendell Wilson, A.B., Southern University, 1949 

IN SPANISH 

Roberta Eloise Metzger, B.S., 1947 

Richard Whiteley Norton, A.B., Butler University, 1942 

IN SPEECH 

Ruth Beach Fee, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Marvin Mark Madden, A.B., Washington University, 1950 
Barbara Milgrom Melrose, A.B., University of California, 1949 
Berl Carson Russell, A.B., University of Dubuque, 1950 

IN STATISTICS 

Alvin Vincent Fend, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

William Francis Cahill, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 
John Francis Laboc, A.B., Wheaton College, 1949 
Stanley Placek, B.S., 1950 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

John Edward Christian Kapp, B.S., University of North Carolina, 1950 
Samuel David Levenson, B.S., 1950 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Howard Rilling Burnett, B.S., 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Clement Chien-Pang Chang, A.B., St. John's University, 1949 
Larry Dale Erlewine, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1949 
Edward T. Sanford, B.S., 1933 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

Leroy Glenn Fensterman, B.S., 1951 
Kenneth Lee McIlrath, B.S., 1951 

IN AGRONOMY 

James Francis Power, B.S., 1951 
John Thackeray Scott, Jr., B.S., 195 1 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Daniel Waldo Beardsley, B.S., University of Florida, 1947 

Joseph Paul Jones, B.S., M.S., Louisiana State University, 1947, 1948 



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IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Harry Channon Eaton, B.S., Missouri University, 1949 
John David McNair, B.S., 1950 
John Marshall Snyder, B.S., 1947 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Harvey Edward Koehnen, B.S., 195 1 
James Darse Woods, B.S., 1950 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Mary Virginia Gardner, A.B., Wellesley College, 1942 
Richard William Glade, A.B., College of Wooster, 1950 
Edward Franklin Harrison, B.S., 1950 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

Natalie Ann Connors, B.S., St. Louis University, 1950 
Mary Doris Hayes, A.B., Evansville College, 1949 
Twila Joy Strocher, A.B., James Millikin University, 1950 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Gordon Charles Godejahn, Jr., B.S., 195 1 

Jose Sales, B.S., Louisiana State University, 1950 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

William Bennett Retallick, B.S.E., University of Michigan, 1948 
Ronald Luther Saxton, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1950 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Lilly Wolf Altschuller, B.S., 1951 

John Joseph Beer, A.B., Earlham College, 1950 

Paul La Verne Cook, A.B., Hope College, 1950 

Richard Lavern Dehm, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 

John Robert Demuth, A.B., Washington University, 1949 

Theodore Joseph Kneip, B.Chem., University of Minnesota, 1950 

Fred McCollough, Jr., A.B., Wabash College, 1950 

Robert Frederick Sympson, B.S., Monmouth College, 1950 

Donald Harry Wilkins, B.S., Hamline University, 1948 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Hugh Lenneous Cox, B.C.E., North Carolina State College, 1949 

Hasan Nejat Denizman, B.S., 1949 

William Tysdale Docherty, B.S., Glasgow University, 1948 

Chester Hong Ho, B.S., University of Arizona, 1950 

William Charles Hoeltje, B.S., Purdue University, 1949 

Edward A. C. Streed, B.S., 1951 

Wilbur Tuggle, B.S., 1950 

George Douglas Tyndall Wright, B.A.Sc, University of Toronto, 1949 

IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Mary Hagopian, A.B., Hunter College, 1949 
Marvin Hersko, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1949 
Cornelius Anthony Schoper, A.B., University of New Mexico, 1948 
Esther Falkoff Yalowitz, A.B., 1946 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 
John Ross Taylor, B.S., University of California, 1950 



II 

LIBRARY 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOfS 



IN ECONOMICS 
Ruth Arline Birdzell, B.S., 1947 

IN EDUCATION 

Mary Elizabeth Adams, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947 

Ada Laura Albert, B.S., 1939 

Clement Joseph Baranowski, B.S., Wittenberg College, 1950 

Clifford Winfrey Basfield, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 

Esther Benson, B.S., Lincoln University, 1947 

Helen Souders Borden, B.S., Northwestern University, 1942 

Harold Handy Carr, B.S., Alabama State Teachers College, 1941 

George Scott Carter, B.S., Lincoln University, 1948 

Carl Edward Chapman, B.S., 1942 

Denver Carl Corn, B.S., 1948 

Scott Herbert Courier, A.B., 1933 

Joseph Russell Curry, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1937 

William David Daugherty, B.S., 1950 

Leland Eugene Davis, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Bert Arthur Elliott, A.B., Illinois College, 1949 

Lynn Floyd, B.S., Greenville College, 1948 

John Whinrey Griffith, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1949 

Louis Newton Heider, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1928 

John Harold Henry, B.S., James Millikin University, 1946 

Robert Redmond Hessenberger, B.S., 1949 

Estel Edwin Logan, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

James Willard Longacre, B.S., Bradley University, 1943 

Jean Highley Manuell, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

Marian Carter May, B.S., MacMurray College, 1921 

Charles Leslie McMillin, B.S., 1949 

James Edward McNamara, A.B., 1950 

Sam Marshall Muscato, B.S., 1949 

Peder Adolph Otterson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1946 

Sylvester Gail Renner, Jr., B.S., 1950 

Miriam Sayler, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1945 

Victor Albert Schmitt, B.S., 1949 

William Charles Schmitt, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1949 

Elmer Edward Schwalbe, A.B., Greenville College, 1945 

Larry Ervin Smith, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 4 

Kenneth Odell Stratton, B.S., 1950 

Ralph Ansley Wantland, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Howard Albert Brust, B.S., University of Colorado, 1950 

Richard Paul Colbert, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 

Donald McClellan Coulter, B.S., 1949 

Burnell William Furstenau, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1949 

Isaac David Nehama, B.S., 1950 

Oliver Thomas Purl, B.S., 1948, 1951 

Roy Daniel Ragsdale, B.S., University of Texas, 1947 

Wing Noon Toy, B.S., 1950 

Myron Weinstein, B.E.E., Ohio State University, 1949 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Harry Emil Andersen, Jr., B.S., 1950 

Glenna Joan Corley, B.S., Northwestern University, 1949 

Herbert Hughes Moorefield, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 

IN GEOGRAPHY 
Hugh Ralph Thompson, A.B., Oxford University, 1950 



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IN GEOLOGY 

Richard Stanton Boardman, B.S., 1946 

Leonard Gene Schultz, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1950 

Andrew Aloysius Sestak, B.S., 1950 

Donald Blaine Snodgrass, A.B., College of Wooster, 1950 

John Patteson Wehrenberg, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1950 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Ruth Hutcheson, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1937 
Anna Jean Retzer, B.S., 1946 
Dorothy Oliver Twardock, B.S., 1934 

IN HORTICULTURE 
Albert Percy Nordheden, B.S., 1950 

IN JOURNALISM 

David Stewart Boyer, A.B., University of Utah, 1947 

Robert Edward Dunn, B.S., 1950 

Jim Lawrence Lurie, B.S., 1951 

Irving Rodgers Merrill, A.B., Cornell University, 1941 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Helen Malmberg Baker, B.S., 1941 

Nancy Terrell Brewster, B.S., Wilmington College, 1947 

Edgar Wilbur Chamberlin, B.S., Indiana University, 1949 

Barbara Frances Connell, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1049 

Lois Mary Davidson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1934; A.M., 1941 

Janet Gertrude Donaldson, A.B., College of Wooster, 1925 

Basil Dzugan, Ph.B., Loyola University, 1950 

Cosette Rosalind Foglesong, A.B., University of Texas, 1949 

Libby Vlasta Hala, A.B., University of Texas, 1949 

Anamarie Johnson, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1947 

Carl Clarence Johnson, A.B., Grinnell College, 1936; M.F.A., Yale University, 

1937 
Jo Ann Johnson, A.B., Denison University, 1950 
Philip Leslie, A.B., Lafayette College, 1941 

Shirley Grace Lottich, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1949 
Eugene Lysiak, Ph.B., Loyola University, 1946 

William Frederick Morse, A.B., B.S., Western Reserve University, 1936, 1937 
Susie Leonie Theis, B.S., Simmons College, 1945 
Jo Ann Wiles, A.B., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1949 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Ibrahim Saad Eldeen Abdalla, B.Com., Fouad First University, 1945 
Tzeh Nan Chang, B.Com., National University of Amoy, 1943 
Robert Lee Nelson, A.B., Columbia College, 1948 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Arthur Ross Berger, B.S., Southern Methodist University, 1950 
Emanuel James Betinis, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Lynn Beardmore, B.S., 1951 

Joseph Greeley Blick, B.S., 1950 

Harold Arthur Larson, B.S., 1948 

Michael Christopher Moskoff, B.M.E., University of Akron, 1948 



Wheeler Kay Mueller, Jr., B.S., Iowa State College, 1945 
Donald Edward Taylor, B.S., 1949 

IN MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Rodney Duane Caudle, B.S., 1950 

Burton Irwin Davis, B.S., 1950 

George Wallace McGregor, B.E., Otago University, 1950 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Daniel Edward Forrest, B.S., 1951 

Watkin Prichard Jones, B.Mus., Murray State Teachers College, 1945 

G. Russell Mathis, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1947 

Russell Oris Pugh, B.S., 1950 

Norman Henry Werner, B.S., 1950 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Henry Franklin Constantino, B.S., Quincy College, 1950 
George Donald Sibons, B.S., 1948 

IN PHYSICS 

Lew Allen, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

John Herman Anderson, B.S., University of Denver, 1948 

Mark Quayle Barton, A.B., Central College, 1950 

Hugh Needham Brown, B.S., 1950 

Guillermo Castillo, C.E., Universidad Nacional de Colombia, 1947 

William Henry Christoffers, B.S., 1950 

Gordon Kendrick Dicker, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

Richard Edward Durand, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 

Roger Dean Erickson, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1950 

Carl Francis Johnson, B.S., 1950 

Cleon Alvin Mackliet, B.S., A.B., University of Washington, 1950 

Gustav Donald Magnuson, B.S., University of Chicago, 1950 

Roy Nilson, A.B., Whitman College, 1950 

Jack Vernon Pearce, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

Alfred Guillou Redfield, A.B., Harvard College, 1950 

Alvin D. Schnitzler, B.S., University of Washington, 1950 

Sidney Singer, B.S., Wayne University, 195 1 

John Marvin Sivertsen, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 

Robert Koji Tasaka, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1950 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Roy Bernard Balder, Jr., B.S., 1950 
Edmund Andrew Godula, B.S., Loyola University, 1950 
Wallace Dale Long, B.S., Millikin University, 1949 
Norman John Siderius, A.B., Hope College, 1950 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Robert Minoru Takeshita, B.S., Rutgers University, 1950 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Virginia Ann Heidinger, A.B., 1942 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Roger Keith Brown, B.S., 195 1 

Glenn Eldon Stehr, A.B., North Central College, 1950 



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IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
Ralph Earl Smith, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 
Prem Narain Mathur, B.S., M.S., University of Delhi, 1944, 1946; M.S., 1950 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 
Donald Wayne Pratt, D.V.M., Iowa State College, 1943 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Robert Eugene Domas, B.S., Quincy College, 195 1 

Sarah Ann Joyner, A.B., Earlham College, 1947 

David Washington Menzel, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1949 

Merle Mizell, B.S., 1950 

Frank Charles Tichy, Jr., B.S., Wheaton College, 1950 

Richard George Van Gelder, B.S., Colorado State College of Agriculture and 

Mechanical Arts, 1950 
Donald Howard Van Horn, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1950 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Frank Louis Bailey, B.S., 1951 

Helen Bonnie Curran, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1946 

Rita Dean, A.B., Hunter College, 1948 

Loren E. Decker, B.S., 195 1 

Siegfried Carl Dietz, A.B., Cornell College, 1948 

Mary Liggett Ehart, A.B., Quincy College, 1950 

Gordon Lee Fisher, B.S., 1949 

Ora Edna Fritz, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1945 

Florence Williams Goldman, B.S., Temple University, 1947 

William Joseph Hardin, B.S., Washington University, 1950 

Homer Theron Heape, B.S., 1938 

Raymond Frank Kosatka, B.S., Beloit College, 1950 

Robert Emmet O'Brien, B.S., 1951 

Stephen Anthony Paynic, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Joyce Holland Peoples, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1948 

Richard Eston Ramsden, B.S., 1940 

Willis Eugene Ray, B.S., 1951 

Elma Shipe Savage, B.S., Illinois College, 1931 

Maxine Grubb Wheeler, B.Ed., 1951 



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HONORS 

Candidates presented by Coleman Roberts Griffith, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Provost of the University 

VALEDICTORIAN 

Desmond Francis Collord, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

SALUTATORIANS 

Harry Franklin Hillman, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 
Richard William Shellman, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

BRONZE TABLET 

Walter Kirk Bartlett, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Desmond Francis Collord, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Harry Franklin Hillman, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 

Norman Shohichi Inoue, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Harvey Bernard Nudelman, Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering 

Richard William Shellman, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Harold King Sinclair, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Thelma Springer, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Lloyd Wesley Thorson, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Paul Herman Zachan, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 



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THE COLLEGE OF LAW 

Candidates presented by Albert James Harno, B.S., LL.B., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Law 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Austin Wesley Buchanan 
Seymour Irwin Regal 



IN LAW 

Richard James Watson 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



John Benard Crain, B.S., 1950 
John Truman Crowell 
James Joseph Duncan- 
Jack Xewton Ferguson, A.B., James 

Millikin University, 195 1 
Ralph Emerson Fletcher, Jr., B.S., 

1950 
Morton Alexander Gordon, B.S., 

1950 
Richard Gordon Gremley 
William Ralph Hotto 
Fred John Kannmacher, B.S., 1950 
George Robert Kelly, B.S., 1949 
Raymond Lester Lee, Jr., B.S., 1950 



Edward John McWethy, A.B., Knox 

College, 1949 
Paul McWilliams, Jr., B.S., 1945 
Harol Hugh Nees, B.S., 1947 
Edward Francis Pinger, B.S., 1950 
Jack Domenick Quarant 
Herbert Francis Schultz 
Max Earl Sherman, A.B., 1950 
Harry William Simms, Jr., B.S., 

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V\ ayne Carlyle Townley, Jr., Ph.B., 

Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 
Paul Milton Wright, A.B., 1950 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAW 

Philip Everett Peterson, B.S., 1950; with Honors 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Candidates presented by Henry Perly Rusk, M.S., D.Sc., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Agriculture 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 

Evan Young Allen Paul Eugene Hagan, with Honors 

Carl Hiedelbach Andersen Glenn Gustave Hintermeister 

Robert Vernon Barnum Hugh Milton King 

Richard Carter Bennett, with High John William Klemm 

Honors Albert Ernest Liehr 

James Rodney Brim Roy Allen Miller 

Lawrence Bernard Brueggeman Charles Roy Nielsen 

Vincent Wesley Chaffee Albert John Pilch 

Homer Darrel Cruthis, with Highest Ernest Gerald Pires 

Honors Harlan Leon Rhoades, with High 
John William Dieker, with High Honors 

Honors Charles Alan Ricketts 

Charles Francis Dittmer Arthur Dean Rohrer 

Richard Allan Dix, with High Robert John Snetsinger 

Honors Richard Jay Stinson 

Wilbur Bruce Duffield, with Honors Dennis Miles Taylor 

Edward Eugene Duvick Edward August Thurn 

Dwight Marcus Esarey Donald Dwight Tipsord 

Max Cline Fox Will Francis Tracy 

Floyd Mac Fuller George Brock Vest 

Rolland Duane Gustafson, with Lyle Sherman Wessels 

Honors Eldon Earl Witt 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

Donald Richard Boyer 

IN FLORICULTURE 

Leo Levon Donian, with Honors Byron Kenneth Sirois 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Martha Elliott Becker Carmen Lichtenberg 

Dorothy Demaree Chittenden Frances Evelyn Mollet 

Marian Campbell Gray Rosemary Inga Paulsen 

Phyllis Kell Janis, with High Barbara Woods Regnell 

Honors 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Marjorie Luse Bice Barbara Jean Litchtenberger 

Martha Jean Gschwendtner Anna Lucille Meyer 



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THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Candidates presented by William Littell Everitt, E.E., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Engineering 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Ewald Raymond Diemer 
Paul Roger Edwards 
Bernard Kenneth Genetti 
Charles Young Herbst 
Paul Martin Hood 
Howard Ralph Jones 
Lawrence James Jurak 
Douglas Steven Miller 



Leonard John Palm 

Kazimir Joseph Patelski, Jr. 

Carl Florian Smajd 

Eugene Robert Stojack 

Wendell Jean Thompson, with High 

Honors 
Nick Raymond Trifilio 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



Richard Dean Black, with Honors 
Arnold David Moodie 



James Benjamin Stokes 
Albert Lee Wilson 



Melvin Dean Churovich 
Louis Henry Fadanelli 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Basil Ohnysty, Jr. 
Morris Lee Wooldridge 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



John Edward Barrett 

Ronald Wilbert Beach 

James Dell Brown 

Herbert William Byers 

William Earl Carter 

Dean Carleton Compher 

William Leonard Emmert 

Gene Howard Fawcett 

Walter Earl Fisher, with Honors 

Donald McArthur Gordon 

Nicholas Angelo Gouvis 

William Olav Grandos 

Maurice Gene Hagerstrom 

Clois Lee Harper 

Donald Earl Henderson 

Harry Franklin Hillman, with High 

Honors 
Clair Edward Hutchison 
Robert Allen Jensen 
Albert Edson Keller 



Peter William Kuhns 
Leonas Antanas Maskaliunas 
Walter James McPhee 
John Alfred Mifflin 
John Irwin T. Moloney 
George Robert Neder 
Robert Paul Norlander 
Albert Joseph Orseske 
Harvey Dean Peterson 
James Charles Phillip 
Traian John Pora 
George Aaron Rhoads, Jr. 
William Henry Richardson 
Stanley Joseph Rupiper 
Jesse Wayne Storm 
Nelson Henry Taber 
William Floyd Tinlin 
August Pat Tiritilli 
Harry Willi Wagner 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Robert William Anderson 
Wayne Octavus Ashby 
Donald Maximilian Bornarth 
Robert John Brown 
James John Burke 
David Boice Campbell 
Edwin Broder Christiansen 
John Carnegie De Vore 
Leon Charles Dollet 
Russell Arthur Dyer 



Harold Eisenberg 

Quentin Eugene Fair 

Ronald Stanley Geiler 

Frank Hamilton 

Charles Lavern Hampton 

Norman Shohichi Inoue, with Honors 

James John Krstansky 

Eugene Vincent Mount 

Vernon Dale Peckham 

Vito Peter Polton 



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Charles Edward Pontious 

Edmund Joseph Porzezinski 

Jack Arthur Ritt 

Howard Morton Robins 

Sherwin Rosset 

Homer Shapiro, with High Honors 



Herbert Charles Spierling 
Donald Wayne Staggs 
Richard Nast Stone 
Hugh Edward Teal 
Elmer Tietz 
Harry Williamson 



Allan Gerald Piersol 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 

William Manos Portnoy 



Charles Russell Huebner 
Warren Ronald Klinke 
Richard August Norberg 
Stanley Tamotsu Ooka 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 

Ralph Emil Recka 
William Alvin Sommer 
Edouard Donald Valette 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Earl Fred Anderson 

Theodore Howard Anderson 

Warren Arthur Artwick 

Russell Lee Astrouski 

Ghulam Dastageer Azizi 

Billy Harold Barmes 

Herman Francis Behls 

Arthur David Bernstein 

James Howard Born 

Charles Mark Burlingham, Jr. 

Fred Pasquale Cairo 

Richard David Cannova 

Robert Theodore Clark 

Desmond Francis Collord, with High 

Honors 
George Prescott Duensing 
John Philip Ericson 
John Robert Folkrod 
Richard Bancroft Foster 
John Matthew Heeney 
Donald Joseph Heming 
Thomas James Herron 
James Edward Hill 
Rudolph Eugene Kiesel 
John Stanleigh Kokum 
Ignatius George Kosinski 
Conrad Mitchell Kruza 



Brace Harvey Lambert 
Robert Eugene Lawrence 
Norman Burton Loevy 
James Jay Lutsch 
Rodger MacArthur 
Robert William Malcomson 
Kenneth Alan Mastin 
Harold C. Messinides 
Leonard Leaf Milton 
James Patrick Morley 
Ivar Nelson, Jr. 
Robert Leonard Nieman 
James Francis O'Toole 
Richard Francis Parrill 
James T. Phillips 
Roy Joseph Pustelnik 
William Fred Rodeck, Jr. 
Richard Howard Shultz 
Robert Karl Smith 
Gordon Herbert Stewart 
Thomas James Trezek 
Vernon Raymond Ungar 
Roy Frederick Watts 
Kenneth Francis Welter 
Albert John Wiegand 
Paul Herman Zachan, with High 
Honors 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Earl Frankenberg William Carol Paddock 

Leonard John Gagola Robert F. Williams 

Emil Richard Hertel 
Harvey Bernard Nudelman, with 
Honors 

IN MINING ENGINEERING 



Roy Eugene Anderson, with Honors 
Len S. Austin 
Robert Leslie Baird 
Daryl Ray Gaumer 



Bruce William Gilbert 
Alfred Risi 

Arthur Gordon Roughley 
Richard Carl Sieferman 



IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 
LeRoy Vincent Dzierzanowski 



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THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates presented by Henning Larsen, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Burton Carl Anderson, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
John Alvin Anderson 
Jack Joseph Aylward 
Phyllis Irene Barnard, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
Herbert Harry Behrens 
Erwin Paul Bettinghaus, Jr., with 

Honors in Speech 
Richard Lee Brennan 
William James Bright 
Ralph Charles Chernoff 
Virgil Wayne Cobb 
Theodore Vincent Conterio 
Virginia Anne Davies 
Eleanor Marjorie Deeming 
Stuart Edgar De Vore 
Donald Knight Dillie 
Sheldon Kalmon Edelman 
Ralph Eisenberg, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Warren Hunter Fales 
Velma Ruth Farthing 
Wallace Seymour Feldman 
Jane Frances Francis 
Libby Friedman 
Ceasar Gianasi 
John William Gillis 
Kenneth Lester Glassman 
Irwin L. Gold 
Jay Frank Goldman, with High 

Honors in Spanish 
Ruth Adrienne Goldsmith 
Therese Irene Grant, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Robert Werner Griese 
Stuart Grossman 
Salvatore Joseph Gualtieri 
Richard Forrest Hanson 
Gerald Scott Hasterok 
Lloyd Glen Herold, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Shirley Alica Hudson 
Claude Henry Jackson 
Ralph Jay Johnson 
Theodore Harold Johnson 
Jamshid Kahnemuyipur 
Calvin David Kanter 
Virginia Marie Kaye 
Robert Harry King 
Edith Berta Kohlhagen 
Brandon George Kurth 
Werner Frank Ladewig 
Robert J. LaFemixa 



Janet Barbara Lalla 

Jeanine Lenore Larmoth 

Anita Ruth Lewick 

Lorraine Vohasek Linden 

Gerald Lipsictz 

Cynthia Jane Martin 

Edwin Berner May, Jr. 

Janine Maxine Mercer 

Jacqueline Rose Merlo 

Marcia Naomi Metcalf 

Alice Marie Moerchen 

Bennett Ronald Moss 

Arthur Lewis Mostow, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Mace Moulton 
Donald Keith Nelson 
Frances Belle Newman 
William Thomas O'Brien 
Robert Joseph Penninger 
F. Sherwood Phillips 
John Thomas Pierce 
Malik Mohammed Quraishee 
Elmo Race Richardson 
Ernest Allan Richter 
Marisue Barbara Adams Roby 
Thomas Arthur Rosko 
Richard Edward Roxburgh 
Myrna Ann Rue 
Ileane Sachs 

Jerome William Schwaiger 
James Fredric Shimeall 
Sanford Silverstein 
Lorraine Marie Spengler 
Sally Ann Spiegel, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Thelma Springer, with Highest 

Honors in Spanish 
Zoralyn May Stahl 
J. Robert Stapleton 
Joyce Helen Stone 
Armer Martin Swanson 
Lloyd Wesley Thorson, with Honors 

in International Affairs 
Henrietta Tomlin 
Claude H. Traugott 
Betty Johnson Vance 
C. Edward Weber, with High 

Honors in Economics 
Earnest Ralph Wilkinson 
Robert Frank Wilson 
Joan Barbara Wiss 
Rosaline Liebenson Zukerman, with 

Highest Honors in Psychology 



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IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Roberta McClure Schwaiger 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Joyce Lillian Anderson 

Sally Cohen 

Lawrence Edward Connolly 



Deborah Jacobson 

Gertrude Kempert McDaniel 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



Clarice Clotilde Davis 
Jack Lucien LuCarelli 
Dorothy Patricia Neder, 
Highest Honors 

Melvin Irving Roth 



with 



Patricia Ann Nickell, with Highest 
Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Ruth McKendree Treen 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



William Joseph Friemel, Jr. 
Alfred Henry Knebel, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Willis Koucky, with Highest 

Honors 
William Richard Kritz 
Robert John Langel 



Laddie Macha, Jr., with Honors 
George Frank Matacek, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Daniel Charles McIntyre 
Eugene Frank Pisha 
Jerrold Everett Radway 
Jerome Spiwak 



IN CHEMISTRY 



John Anthony Carbon, with High 

Honors 
Ranger David Hemenway 
David Richard Herbst, with Honors 
Raymond Frits Hertz 
Jean Cecelia Hover son 
Fred Allen Meers 



George Charles Pecina 

Richard William Shellman, with 

Highest Honors 
Harold King Sinclair 
Gerald Keith Vick, with Honors 
Charles Steve Wilhelmy, with 

High Honors 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Orval Allison, Jr. 
Ralph Leroy Anderson 
Murray Sheldon Blum 
Isabel Rosalind Brown 
Frank Charles Carter, Jr. 
Thomas Vinson Crockett 
Florence Lillian Cunningham 
William Eng 
Robert Joseph Engert 
William Herbert Fisch 
Verne Hollis Foster 
Joan Barbara Frankel 
William James Frazer 
Herbert Lee Roy Gray 
Lennart Carl Johnson 
Eugene Edmund Kohlbecker 
Walter Koteff 
Joseph Manuel Lago 
George Lenowich 
Ronald Michael Lloyd 



Janet Kennedy Lundgoot, with 

Highest Honors in Psychology 
Kenneth Herschel MacDonald, with 

Honors in Botany 
Edward Shnare Magnus 
Charles Fred Major, Jr. 
Anthony Salvatore Molinari 
David William Nightingale 
Charles Clyde Rhine 
Robert Wallace Schrum, with 

High Honors in Chemistry 
Conrad Ellis Shaw 
Harry Robert Skallerup, with High 

Honors in Botany 
Emil Michael Smetko 
Lauren Archie Strafford 
Lawrence Warren Thomas 
James Leonard Watson 
Marvin Weinstein, with Honors in 

Psychology 



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IN SPEECH CORRECTION 
Ruth Marcus Hersko, with Honors Jane Phyllis Sullivan 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

G. Reinhold Mankau Anne Patricia Shapiro 

Joseph James Mazura 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 
Walter Robert Bliss 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

James Francis Housh 



THE LIBRARY SCHOOL 

Candidates presented by Harold Lancour, Ed.D. 
Associate Director of the Library School 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Lois Ferguson Chambers, with Anna Mae Hart 

Honors Muriel Kuhn 

Louise Hughes Goines, with Highest Irma Nelson Timmons, with Honors 

Honors 



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THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Willard B. Spalding, Ed.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN EDUCATION 



Helene Louise Behl 
Shirley Jean Briere 
Louise Muenzer Bruyn, with High 

Honors 
Natalie Florence Cherner 
James Joseph Curry, with High 

Honors 
Sarah Ann Elliott 
Mary Joanne Finnegan 
Barbara Breckenridge Glade 
Vernon Vivian Gopaul 
Robert Henry Kyes 
Betty-Ann Levin 
Alice McReynolds 
Walter Franklin Meinert 
Janet Menacker 
Claire Joan Moore 
Dorothy Varland Mulvaney 



Hazel Wilson Osborne 

Delores Elsie Partekel 

Lois Jean Rollins, with Honors 

Betty May Rosen 

Lenore Rosenfeld 

Elizabeth Goodell Rump, with High 

Honors 
Joan Renee Schumann 
Suzanne Magdelane Smith 
Nancy Wilson Sommer 
Constance Duncan Stanley 
Roberta Lois Stein 
Barbara Hill Swanborg, with 

Honors 
Nancy Carol Thimos 
Margaret Miner Westerbeck, with 

High Honors 
Dorothy Ann Wright 



Chiye Kurose 



Dwight Allen Baker 
Joseph Sexton Carlson 
Eugene Allen Higgins 



IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



Myron S. Steffens 
Jack Thomas Williams 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Marqa Smith Century, with Honors Elaine Janice Faust 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Candidates presented by Paul Martin Green, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Jambs Francis Althoff 
Jack Garrett Anderson 
Michael Balint, with Honors 
Walter Kirk Bartlett, with High 

Honors 
Arnold Gene Bland, with Honors 
George Andrew Bourdage 
William Warren Brackett 
Otto Edwin Buer, with Honors 
Frank Joseph Cuda, Jr. 
Paul Lyle Curtis, with Honors 
Walter Martin Davis, with Honors 
John Deane Donahue 
John Edward Donovan 
David John Flanigan 
John Arthur Fries 
John Charles Harvey 
Gilbert Healy 
John Robert Heaster 
Ernest Kaplan 
Ronald Jordan Kay 
Raymond Edward Klauzek 
George Larry Kosanovich 



Leland Francis Kreid, Jr. 
Seymour Irwin Levin 
Robert Leonard Manson 
Sheldon Howard Marder 
Sherman Xeuman 
John Joseph Nicholson- 
William Donald Pierce 
Arthur Frank Polkow 
Albin Stephen Polonyi 
Marvin Glenn Rapp 
Thomas Burke Reynolds 
Lloyd Evan Roberts 
Lawrence Allen Sherman 
Paul Louis Smith 
Philip Ralph Stablein, with Honors 
Donald Wayne Swift 
Peter B. Thomson 
Andrew Stanislaus Gustavus 

Turyn, with Honors 
Leonard Wexler 
Nathan Lewis Workman 
William Frank Zwit 



Neil Arthur Helbling 
John Lee Betoche 

Virginia Edie 



IN BANKING AND FINANCE 

IN COMMERCE AND LAW 

Ellen Sarah Tinkoff 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Wilma Louise Vaught 



Robert Myron Krause 



IN ECONOMICS 

Terry Parenti 



IN FOREIGN COMMERCE 



Robert Francis Bates 



IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 

James Sylvester Armstrong, Jr. Herbert Eugene Seaney 

Leonard Borok John Wilson Trumbull 

John Francis Harvard Joseph William Volk 
Ernest Elliott Potter 



David Clifford Behnke 



IN INSURANCE 



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IN MANAGEMENT 



Vernon Edvick Bengtson 
James Leland Deeren, with Honors 
Kent Richard Dittman 
Casimir Bernard Dziedzioch 
Frank Bernard Goodman 
William O. Goodwin 
Ronald Archibald Keehner 
John Edward Lair 



Raymond Clarence Luther 
Homer Nick Mastorakos 
James Allen Miller 
Morton Lawrence Ostow 
Robert Cornelius Seib 
Ted John Sobota 
William Sewall Stroheker 
Lois Helen Wickham 



IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING 



William Keith Caswell, Jr. 
Barry Joseph Citow 
William Fassnacht 
Bernard D. Gartner 
Roger Ansen Gurthet 



Rudolph Edward Haas, Jr. 
Virl Lee Hill 
John Alden Roschman 
Lawrence Allen Sherman 
Richard Raymond Strockis 



IN MARKETING 



Stanley Earl Arden 
Nicholas George Biro 
William Joseph Boor 
Charles Halden Campbell 
John Hoyt Carrel 
Richard Dean Crump 
Donald Cletus Fane 
Barbara Goldman 
Albert David Gravenhorst 
Allen John Heim 
Orval Lewis Jackson 
Thomas Harvey Jeffress, Jr. 
Rochelle Leonard, with Honors 
Abraham Fred March 
Robert Edward Miller 



Louis Arthur Mylius 

James Robert Peterson, with High 

Honors 
Paul Francis Scheckel 
Alex Semenchuk 
Howard Donald Solomon 
Deane Russell Stewart 
George Frank Tarnow 
Albert Russell Tate, Jr. 
Harold Seymour Tropp 
Michael Eugene Turner 
James Robert Warnes 
Richard Allan Watterworth 
David Thomas Williams 
Matthew Joseph Zilinskas 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Candidates presented by Fredrick Seaton Siebert, A.B., J.D. 
Director of the School of Journalism and Communications 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN JOURNALISM 



Herbert David Agase 

Daniel Floyd Astrahan 

David Leonard Braun 

Rosemary Ann Cerny 

Nancy Elaine Denes 

Martha Jean Garling 

Robert Andrew Gonko 

Robert Wendell Hines 

Donald Henry Kanter, with Honors 

Stanley Arthur Koven 

Marilyn Lee Kuehn 

Robert Arthur Lincicome 

Barbara Louise Madden 



Howard Gustave Neuberg 

Harry Matthew Parmenter 

Alexander Ceasar Poinsett 

Mary Jane Dorothy Smilanik 

Murray Smith 

Winifred Louise Taft 

Roderick Orville Urquhart 

Valerie Rose Vance 

George Walker 

Natalie Edythe Wenig 

Barbara Jane Williams, with Honors 

Sandra Zuckerman 



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THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

Candidates presented by Rexford Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch. 
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Robert Howard Bailey 
James Lawrence Barry 
John Alexander Bayer 
Sydney Barbara Berry, with Highest 

Honors 
Edward Peter Bunce 
Juan Bautista Cabrero 
Aloysius George Ciha 
Louis C. Couch 
Paul Eugene Dixon 
James Francis Doughty 
Robert David Field 
Peter Fung 

Frank William Hoelterhoff 
Fred John Masek 
Richard William Mayne, with High 

Honors 



Clarence Berthold McClain 

Richard Dean Mills, with Honors 

Roy Dale Murphy, with Honors 

Donald Herbert Peterson 

Noble Eugene Rose 

Arthur George Salzman 

Jerome Soltan 

Charles William Spencer 

Ragnar Gustav Swanson 

John Peter Szuba 

Robert Leonard Taege 

William Paul Wenzler, with High 

Honors 
Robert Joseph Yungck 



IN ARCHITECTURE 



Bert Thomas Anderson 
Leo Murray Arms 
Augustine Abraham Cabanban 
Donald Henry Carlsen 
Charles Herbert Dawe 
Jack Cecil Foster 
Edward Samuel Greenwald 
Alfred Ehrman Hoertz, Jr. 
Harlan Herbert Hrubant, with 

Honors 
David Charles Juliano 
Richard John Karakuszka 
Ted Bertram Kemner, Jr. 
Robert Francis Kichin 



Jerome Joseph Klingele 

Anthony Edward Kozakiewicz, Ji 

John Keith Laumer 

Donald Robert Laz 

Donald Edwin Madgwick 

Robert Alexander Michalowski 

Ralph Miller 

Cecil Edward Neunaber 

Ernst Schranz 

William Carl Schubert, Jr. 

Donald Henry Sieg 

Donald Thomas Smith 

Nick Sam Theodorou 

Miroslav Vanek 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Vincent Michael Chorne 

John Lawson Doring, with Honors 



Elsie Esther Maylath 
Eldon Edward Oyen 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 



John William Quinn 



Beatrice Joy Gabriele 

Joy Alice Holm 

Marilyn Dorothy Mueller 



IN ART EDUCATION 



Diane Joan Rutter 
Barbara Smith 



IN THE HISTORY OF ART 
Ruth Elinor Thomas, with Honors 



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IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

Robert Martin Goodman James Richard McGirk 

George Richard Haupt Ross Gordon Murray 

Wallace Theodore Johnson Anton Joseph Panzica 

IN PAINTING 

John Warren Ekstrom Mary Pond Macdonald 

Vivienne Ruth Jennings 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Donald Lee Bryan, with Honors Virginia Orahood Elliott, with High 

Peter Alexander Eckert, with Honors 

Highest Honors 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Seward Charle Staley, Ph.D. 
Director of the School of Physical Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Robert Charles Albrecht Sam John Piazza 

Richard Reginald Burkhart James Patton Ramsey 

James Douglas Cannon Nancy Virginia Richardson 

Clementene Pruett Clark- James Harold Sands 

Richard Bates Jensen James Richard Sasso 

Warren Stephen Karp Robert George Scott, Jr. 

Carla Joan Leone Charles Bromley Studley 

Douglas Holliday Moews William Lon Thompson 
Helen Mouloukos 

IN RECREATION 

John Melvin Davidson 



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THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 

Candidates presented by Frank Bridgewater, M.S. 
Acting Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Melvin Chauncey Albee 
Orville Anglemier, Jr. 
Thomas Joseph Arbogast 
Charles Kenneth Asklund 
Leonard Atkin 
Robert Joseph Bartusch 
Royce Anthony Behrends 
Robert Keith Bennett 
Henry Barlow Blackwell, II 
James Durwood Brown- 
Dennis Augustus Leo Brya 
Delford Roscoe Cantrell 
Arnold Elmer Christjansen 
Lewis Donald Christner 
Jim Madison Davidge 
Leonard Harry Davis 
David Henry Donnelly, with Honors 
Lee David Ehrlich 
Fred Roger Erbes 
Louis William Ferrara 
George Louis Gibson, Jr. 
Basil George Greanias 
Michael Tree Grehl, with Honors 
Joseph Howard Grimsey 
Henry Mathews Groves 
Hayden Donald Groy 
George Oliver Hanawalt 
Robert C. H annum 
George James Haruch 
James Brainard Hatch 
Frank Jerry Hauersperger 
Earl John Heil, Jr. 
David Michael Heinz, with Honors 
Keith Helm 



Morton Herman 
Edwin Charles Horn 
Walter David Hoskinson 
Nathaniel Charles Johnson 
Frank Lyon Jory, Jr. 
Harold Kaplan- 
Clarence Henry Kelley, Jr. 
Edward Ulysses Kutter 
Richard Leon Larson 
Robert Leroy Lee 
Donald Udell Lipman 
Franklyn Davidson Maxey 
Richard Eugene McLaughlin 
Jay Alan Misicka 
John Andrew Nelson 
Donald Elwood Northway 
Robert Louts Peterson- 
Joe Carl Phifer 
Herbert Frank Pitschke 
Roland Paul Primas 
Richard Reinauer 
David Allen Rose 
Anthony Sokol 
Edward Philip Spengler, Jr. 
Edward George Tapling 
William Walter Twigg 
Millard Russell Valerius 
William J. Walker 
Edwin Andrew Welge 
Laurence Alexander White 
Howard Norbert Wolfe 
John Warren Wood 
Norman Clinton Woods, Jr. 



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University of Illinois 



COMMENCEMENT 
PROGRAM 



Memorial Stadium 

SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 1952, 2:30 P.M. 



THE LIBRARY OF THE 

JUL 18 IS 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



All commencement guests are requested to assist in 
making this occasion one of quiet dignity. Please 
refrain from loud conversation or unnecessary move- 
ment about the Stadium during the exercises. 

No one except duly authorized press and University 
photographers will be permitted on the field. 

First Aid Stations are located in the Stadium be- 
tween Sections II and KK, east of the Center of the 
West Great Hall, and in Huff Gymnasium, Room 
116 on the east side of the Gymnasium. 



ORDER OF EXERCISES 

Professor Leslie Aulls Bryan, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman 
Captain Oscar Henry Dodson, B.S., U.S.N., Marshal 

COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 

Xordic March Erik Leidzen 

The University Concert Band 

Mark H. Hlndsley, A.M., Conductor 

PRELUDE 

Prelude in G Minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

The University Concert Band 

SINGING OF "AMERICA" BY THE AUDIENCE 

INVOCATION 

The Reverend Paul V. Goodwin, B.D. 
Pastor, First Baptist Church, Champaign, Illinois 

COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Harlan Hatcher, Ph.D. 

President of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

INTERLUDE 

Toccata Marziale Ralph Vaughan Williams 

The University Concert Band 

GREETINGS FROM THE ALUMNI 

Harold Pogue, A.B. 

President of the University of Illinois Alumni Association 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

George Dinsmore Stoddard, Ph.D., Litt.D., L.H.D., LL.D. 
President of the University 

SINGING OF "AULD LANG SYNE" BY THE AUDIENCE 

BENEDICTION 

The Reverend Mr. Goodwin 

POSTLUDE 

Marche Joyeuse Emanuel Chabrier 

The University Concert Band 



AMERICA 

My country, 'tis of thee, 
Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing; 
Land where my fathers died, 
Land of the pilgrims' pride, 
From every mountain-side 

Let Freedom ring. 

Our fathers' God, to Thee, 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing; 
Long may our land be bright 
With Freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 



AULD LANG SYNE 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT 



Leslie A. Bryan, Chairman 
Stanley H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman 
Orville T. Bonnett 
Harold S. Dawson 
Charles S. Havens 



Anthony J. Janata 
Alan K. Laing 
Miriam A. Shelden 
Janice M. Smith 
Leah F. Trelease 



FACULTY GUIDES 



Lloyd E. Boley 
Gibbon Butler 
James M. Carrithers 
George L. Clark 
Rubin G. Cohn 
I. William Cole 
Robert I. Dickey 
Oscar H. Dodson 
George H. Dungan 
Rupert N. Evans 
Richard J. Faletti 
M. Stanley Helm 
Alfred W. Hubbard 
Robert R. Hudelson 
Frances B. Jenkins 
R. Stewart Jones 
Harvey H. Jordan 
Abner R. Knight 



Francis J. Koenig 
Oskar A. Kubitz 
Harold Lancour 
Merten J. Mandeville 
Robert W. Mayer 
Gerald E. Moore 
Cyrus E. Palmer 
Arxe Rae 
Elmer Roberts 
Carita Robertson 
Robert C. Ross 
Lorenz E. St. Clair 
Charles H. Sandage 
Edward T. Sanford 
Cecil D. Smith 
John Van Horne 
Allen S. Weller 
Wayne S. Yen a wine 



THE RETIRING FACULTY 

MEMBERS WHO WILL RETIRE SEPTEMBER 1, 1952 

Alice S. Johnson, Reference Librarian and Assistant 
Professor of Library Science 

Ananias C. Littleton, Professor of Accountancy 

Arthur B. Mays, Professor of Industrial Education 

William H. Rayner, Professor of Civil Engineering 

Henry P. Rusk, Dean of the College of Agriculture, 
Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station 
and Extension Service, Professor of Cattle 
Husbandry 

Fred B. Seely, Professor of Theoretical and Applied 
Mechanics and Head of the Department 

Howard J. Snider, Assistant Professor of Soil 
Fertility 

Charles J. Starr, Associate Professor of Mechan- 
ical Engineering 

Mrs. Hilda R. Stice, Research Assistant Professor 
of Economics 

Carroll C. Wiley, Professor of Highway Engineer- 
ing 

Amos D. Wright, Instructor in Mechanical Engi- 
neering 



SIGNIFICANCE OF CAP TASSEL COLORS 

The names of degree candidates appear under their respective col- 
leges and departments. Colleges are listed in the following order: 

Graduate College Black 

College of Law Purple 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

Library School Lemon Yellow 

College of Education Blue 

College of Commerce and Business Administration. . .Dark Gray 

School of Journalism and Communications Black and White 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 

Division of Special Services for War Veterans. .Orange and Blue 

College of Veterinary Medicine Gray 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 



THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 

Candidates presented by Frederick Theodore Wall, Ph.D. 
Acting Dean of the Graduate College 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Walter Gerry Kell, B.B.A., M.B.A., University of Michigan, 1946, 1947 
Charles Lawrence, B.S., University of Denver, 1943; M.S., University of 

Colorado, 1948 
Kwang-Chi Sih, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1946; M.S., 1950 
William Adolph Terrill, B.B.A., B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1938, 1940 
Glen Givens Yankee, A.B., Washburn College, 1939; A.M., 1941 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Wilbur Dahl Buddemeier, B.S., M.S., 1933, 1941 

Rex Felton Daly, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1938; M.S., Univer- 
sity of Maryland, 1939 

Carlos Clifton Erwin, A.B., Murray State College, 1939; M.S., University of 
Kentucky, 1948 

Richard Chien-Wen Kao, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

Thaddeus Joseph Obal, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

Franklin Jacob Reiss, B.S., M.S., 1940, 1942 

William Neil Thompson, B.S., M.S., 1941, 1942 

Walter Joe Wills, B.S., M.S., 1936, 1937 

IN AGRONOMY 

DiLip Kumar Banerjee, B.Sc, Calcutta University, 1943; B.S., M.S., Cornell 

University, 1947, 1948 
Harold Wesley Gausman, B.S., University of Maine, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Jerome Clement Lyons, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 
James Clemens Neill, B.S., Monmouth College, 1940; M.S., Iowa State College, 

1948 
William Max Ross, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 
Fred Warren Slife, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1949 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Pei-Hsing Lin, B.S., Ginling College, 1946; M.S., University of Massachusetts, 
1949 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

James Dillon Kemp, B.S., M.S., University of Kentucky, 1948, 1949 

Myron William Pasvogel, B.S., M.S., 1936, 1949 

Clarence Verl Ross, B.S., A.M., University of Missouri, 1938, 1948 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Harlyn Odell Halvorson, B.S., M.S., University of Minnesota, 1948, 1949 
Marcos Boris Rotman, Ch.E., Frederick Santa Maria Technical University, 1948 
Raquel Berta Sussman, Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Chile, 1944 

IN BOTANY 

Robert August Evers, B.S., Kansas State College, 1933; M.S., 1941 



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IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Arthur Leroy Friedberg, B.S., M.S., 1941, 1947 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

William Arthur Junk, Jr., B.S., M.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1948, 1950 
Richard Warring Kunstman, B.Ch.E., University of Delaware, 1948 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Donald Stanley Acker, B.S., Allegheny College, 1949 

Eugene P. Bertin, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

Homer James Birch, B.S., Youngstown College, 1941 ; M.S., 1949 

David Bruce Bright, B.Ch., University of Minnesota, 1949; M.S., 1950 

David Wilcox Carley, A.B., Knox College, 1943; M.S., 1947 

Kenneth George Clarke, A.B., University of Buffalo, 1949 

Saul Mark Cohen, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Richard Cole, Ch.E., College of the City of New York, 1944; M.S., 1948 

Henry Zuckert Friedlander, A.B., Oberlin College, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Ralph Gher, Jr., A.B., M.S., 1948, 1949 

Aaron Brown Herrick, A.B., Princeton University, 1947 

Richard Leslie Hinman, A.B., Columbia University, 1949 

John Edward McNamara, A.B., Knox College, 1947; A.M., 1949 

John Reid Mills, A.B., A.M., University of Toronto, 1943, 1944 

William Roger Peterson, A.B., Carroll "College, 1949 

Frederick Leigh Pundsack, B.S., 1949 

Michael Mullen Robison, A.B., Reed College, 1949 

Earle Stanley Scott, A.B., Reed College, 1949 

Edward Alexander Sienicki, A.B., M.S., Syracuse University, 1941, 1948 

Allen Byron Simon, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1947 ; M.S., 1948 

John Morrow Stewart, B.S., Davidson College, 1948; M.S., 1950 

Robert Floyd Vance, B.S., Otterbein College, 1949; M.S., 1950 

Harlan Prince Wallingford, B.Ch.E., Cornell University, 1949 

Robert Llewellyn Wixom, A.B., Earlham College, 1947 

Owen York, Jr., A.B., Evansville College, 1948; A.M., 1950 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Ralph Norman McManus, B.S., M.S., University of Alberta, 1942, 1946 
Joseph Lee Waling, B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1938, 1940 

IN ECONOMICS 
Arthur Tsung-Yuan Loh, A.B., St. John's University, 1945; M.S., 1949 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Mahmoud Ahmad El-Melehy, B.S., Fouad First University, 1947; M.S., Ohio 

State University, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Yuen-Tze Lo, B.E., National Southwest Associated University, 1942; M.S., 1949 
James Evans Robertson, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1947; M.S., 1948 
Kurt Karl Toman, Diploma Engr., University of Technology, 1949 
James Yetow Wong, B.Sc, University of Manitoba, 1948; M.S., 1949 

IN ENGLISH 

Leadie Mae Clark, A.B., A.M., 1945, 1945 

Charmenz Shirley Lenhart, B.S., M.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1939, 

1940 
Dorothea Bignell Morse, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1926; A.M., 

State University of Iowa, 1934; B.S.(L.S.), University of Denver, 1945 
Robert Bertram Ogle, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1935; A.M., University 

of Chicago, 1947 



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IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Edward Coulton Becker, B.S., University of Missouri, 1944; M.S., 1950 
Norman Williston Earle, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 
James Gordon Sternburg, A.B., M.S., 1949, 1950 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Szu Shiang Chang, B.S., Chi-nan University, 1941; M.S., Kansas State College, 

1949 
Winston Harold Wingerd, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1948, 1949 

IN GEOLOGY 

Ernest Hathaway Muller, A.B., College of Wooster, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Edwin Wilson Tooker, B.S., Bates College, 1947; M.S., Lehigh University, 1949 

IN GERMAN 
Allan Martin Cress, A.B., A.M., 1942, 1948 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Burton Victor Dean, B.S., Northwestern University, 1947; M.S., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1948 

Marion Preston Emerson, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1938; M.S., 
University of Wisconsin, 1949 

Donald Gordon Higman, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1949; A.M., 1951 

George Roger Livesay, B.S., M.S., 1948 

Robert Jerome Silverman, B.S., M.S., University of Chicago, 1947, 1948 

Michael John Walsh, B.S., Carroll College, 1940; M.S., University of Notre 
Dame, 1942 

Kenneth Graham Wolfson, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1947; A.M., Johns Hopkins 
University, 1948 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Tzu-Chuen Huang, B.S., National Chiao-Tung University, 1946; M.S., 1949 

IN MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

George Bromley Clark, B.S., M.S., University of Utah, 1935, 1946; E.M., 1949 
Hollis Philip Letghly, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1948, 1950 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Lawrence Lindley Haworth, A.B., Rollins College, 1949 ; A.M., 1950 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Ernest Denzil Michael, Jr., B.S., Purdue University, 1947; M.S., 1949 

IN PHYSICS 

Andrew Lee Atkins, Jr., A.B., B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 

1947, 1947; M.S., 1948 
Charles Palmer Bean, A.B., University of Buffalo, 1947; A.M., 1949 
David Bellamy Dutton, B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Glenn Albert Price, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1946; M.S., 1948 
Ferdinand John Shore, Jr., B.S., Queens College, 1941; M.S., Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1943 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

William Clarence Clark, Ph.B., St. Louis -College of Pharmacy, 1921 ; Ph.G., 

Ph.C, B.S., M.S., 1924, 1930, 1934, 1947 
Ward Wilfred Moore, A.B., M.S., 1948, 1951 
Julius Praglin, A.B., Clark University, 1948; A.M., 1950 



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IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Sylvan Fred Jaenke, B.S., A.M., 1947, 1948 

Donald Bruce Johnson, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1943 

Marian Elizabeth Ridgevvay, B.J., A.M., University of Missouri, 1935, 1946 

John Richard Scott, B.Ed., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1940, 1947 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Marvin Adelson, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1947', A.M., 1950 
Maxwell Spencer Pullen, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1939 
George John Sua, B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1947, 1948 

IN SPANISH 

Richard Beym, A.B., A.M., 1943, 1948 

Maria Concepcion Zardoya, A.B., A.M., University of Madrid, 1932, 1947 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Dale Ringwalt Carver, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1946, 1949 
Ming Mao Chen, B.S., National Wu-han University, 1941; M.S., 1048 
Alfred Hartmann Hausrath, B.S., Iowa State College, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Joseph Louis Krahula, B.M.E., M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1946, 1950 
Karl Stark Pister, B.S., M.S., University of California, 1945, 1948 
Shou-Ling Wang, B.S., St. John's University, 1946; M.S., Yale University, 1948 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Carl Harmond Baumgardner, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1942; 

A.M., 1949 
Kenneth Lawrence Husbands, A.B., University of Kansas City, 1937; A.M., 

University of Missouri, 1938; Ed.M., 1950 

THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DEGREE 

THE DEGREE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEER 
Leonard Louis Sutker, B.S., 1926 

THE DEGREE OF MECHANICAL ENGINEER 
George Butler Grim, B.S., 1940 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN CHEMISTRY 
Roland Joseph Grishaber, A.B., Lawrence College, 195 1 

IN ECONOMICS 

Louisa Jung-Chun Hsiao, A.B., West China Union University, 1947 
Aloysious Kenneth Mrowiec, A.B., Eureka College, 195 1 
Myint Soe, A.B., University of Rangoon, 1951 
Jared Sparks, Jr., A.B., Michigan State College, 1949 

IN EDUCATION 

Fred Godfrey Bloss, A.B., Quincy College, 1948 
Guthrie Lee Bryant, A.B., Illinois College, 1929 
Gene Joseph Casey, Ph.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 
John Robert Dobson, A.B., 1938 



[in 



Paul Marcus Furr, B.S., 1920 

Barbara Kaiser Haxby, Ph.B., Northwestern University, 1946 
Clark Donald Hoot, A.B., Indiana Central College, 1937 
Mary Fryrear Jobe, A.B., Monmouth College, 1937 

Leonard Herndon Jones, B.S., North Carolina Agricultural and Technical Col- 
lege, 1951 
Leona M. Peterson Knapp, A.B., Midland College, 1926 
David Frederick Koch, Jr., A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1947 
Bessie Alberta Maxey, B.E., National College of Education, 1936 
Harley K. Minnis, B.S., 1950 

Grace Luella Mudgett, A.B., Gallaudet College, 1931 
Viola Alerta Munson, A.B., Washington University, 1929 
Hildred Genevieve Nerhus, A.B., Cornell College, 1940 
Saichi Onishi, A.B., Hiroshima University, 1941 
Sola Mae Pettigrew, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1947 
Ora Marshall Pierce, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1946 
Eunice Eleanor Sifferd, A.B., 1947 
Elva Bach Smith, A.B., Berea College, 1919 
Clifford LeRoy Thaxton, A.B., Illinois College, 1949 
Harold Elwood Voyles, B.S., 1947 
John Theodore Weyrauch, A.B., Beloit College, 1949 
Barbara June Zeller, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1948 

IN ENGLISH 

Charles Lynford Adams, Jr., A.B., Michigan State College, 195 1 

John Joseph Bullaro, Jr., A.B., 1950 

John Collingsworth Cox, A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1948 

Mary Foulk Dalbey, B.S., Indiana University, 1949 

Betty Ruth English, A.B., 1951 

Helen Ellis Haworth, A.B., Rollins College, 1949 

William Howard Hitt, B.S., 1950 

Joan Marie Johnson, A.B., Western Michigan College of Education, 1950 

Edward Rich Levy, A.B., James Millikin University, 1951 

Sallie Kirk Lundeen, A.B., 1949 

Edward James Martinson, A.B., 1951 

Howard Kenneth Nixon, Jr., A.B., Columbia College, 1950 

Charles Edward Ohlsen, Jr., A.B., 1948 

Harry Eldon Preble, A.B., 1951 

Warren Lee Royer, A.B., 1950 

Rachel Elizabeth Stanfield, A.B., 1943 

Jack Tilden Stokes, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1950 

IN FRENCH 

Gordon Uyttebrouck, A.B., 195 1 

IN GERMAN 

Charles Wesley Hoffmann, A.B., Oberlin College, 195 1 
Aldona-Anastazija Kriksciunaite, A.B., 1951 
Elizabeth Marianne Sands, A.B., Rice Institute, 1950 
Carol Dinsdale Worth, A.B., 1950 

IN HISTORY 

Gertrude Thayer Almy, A.B., Vassar College, 1949 
Mary Cate MacLean, A.B., Oberlin College, 1947 
Helen Scott Malone, A.B., 1943 
Elmo Race Richardson, A.B., 1952 

David Earl Robbins, Jr., A.B., Houghton College, 1947; A.M., Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1948 
Howard Lee Scamehorn, A.B., Western Michigan College of Education, 1949 
John Leslie Tevebaugh, A.B., 1950 
Ross Paul Titus, A.B., 1948 



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IN ITALIAN 

Olga Koshansky, Candidate in Philosophy, University of Gottingen, 1948 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Mark Lee Ackerman, III, B.S., 1951 
Sherman David Rosen, B.S., 1950 

IN LATIN 

Ruth Marie Protzman, A.B., Manchester College, 1942; B.S.(L.S.), 1946 

IN MATHEMATICS 

William Walton Hall, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 
Donald Earl Robinson, B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1950 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Carl Cohen, A.B., University of Miami, 1951 

Duane Hapgood Whittier, A.B., University of New Hampshire, 1950 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Albert August Cacherat, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 
Jack Arbit, A.B., 1951 
Walter Arnold Cleven, B.S., 1950 
Alan Lawrence Strand, B.S., 1949 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Lola Ruth Eveans, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1948 
Stanley Marshall Kanare, A.B., University of Connecticut, 1950 
Willie McLane Marion, A.B., 195 1 
Carl Vahradian, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1951 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

William Jean Beeson, A.B., 1951 
Raymond Edward Ries, A.B., 1949 

IN SPANISH 

Raquel Andrade, B.S., University of Chile, 1948 

Clara Aglaia Fanakos, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Dorothy Jeanne Gengler, A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1949 

Marilyn Yvonne Jacobson, A.B., Knox College, 1949 

Dorothy Beemer Kern, A.B., 1945 

Hugh Donald Landrum, A.B., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, 1950 

Sol Saporta, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1944 

Jacqueline Weaver, A.B., 1950 

Minnie Lucille Wills, A.B., Olivet Nazarene College, 1951 

IN SPEECH 

Kenneth Gordon Crider, A.B., University of Denver, 1950 

Charles Finley Duncan, Jr., A.B., Abilene Christian College, 1945 

James Lee Highlander, A.B., Eureka College, 1951 

Donald Elmer Polzin, A.B., Illinois College, 195 1 

Vernon Edgar Voyles, A.B., Grinnell College, 1950 

IN STATISTICS 

Jack Olin Neuhaus, B.S., 1951 

Marilyn Siegel, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1951 



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IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 
Ruth Van Vlaardingen, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1949 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Dolores Claudy Hanssen, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Ruth Margaret Meech, A.B., 1951 

Gladys Inez Pierce, A.B., Shaw University, 1949 

Donald Robert Whitnah, A.B., 195 1 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 
Evelyn Rowena Horine, B.S., Northwestern University, 1930 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Marvin Robert Isan, B.S., Miami University, 1950 

Oscar Marvin Kriegman, B.S., 1951 

Burnett Allan Little, B.S., Hampton Institute, 1938 

John Dennis O'Sullivan, B.S., Quincy College, 1951 

Nicholas Triant Prepouses, B.S., University of San Francisco, 1951 

Eugene Lee Step, A.B., University of Omaha, 195 1 

Donald Allan Sullivan, B.S., James Millikin University, 1948 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Gautam Khosla, B.S., M.S., University of Punjab, 1945 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

George Dean Hasenmyer, B.S., 1951 

William McDaniel Herr, B.S., Cornell University, 1951 

Fred Edward Justus, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Warren Curtis Kenyon, B.S., 1947 

John Raymond Lauer, B.S., 1951 

James Dicken Tuggle, B.S., Western Kentucky State College, 1948 

Martin Veikko Waananen, B.S., Michigan State College, 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

James Larkin Golby, B.S., 1950 
Frank William Petersen, B.S., 1949 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Donald Lloyd Brakensiek, B.S., 1951 
Wayne Everett Hartman, B.S., 1951 
Walter Dale Lembke, B.S., 1951 

IN AGRONOMY 
William Ray Dunn, B.S., 1936 
Charles R. Finley, B.S., 1951 

William Kirk Griffith, B.S., Western State College, 1951 
Roland Daniel Hauck, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948 ; A.B., North Central 

College, 1950 
Robert Hawthorne Maier, B.S., University of Miami, 1951 
Warren Christian Nelson, B.S., 1943, 1951 
William Robert Oschwald, B.S., 1950 



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IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Jay Alden Firth, B.S., 1951 

Elmer William Hartsook, B.S., West Virginia University, 1950 

Jack Michael Iacono, B.S., Loyola University, 1950 

Robert James Meade, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1949 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Orland Neal Alford, B.S., Western Kentucky State College, 1950 

Elijah Boyd, B.S., Langston University, 1940 

James Lawrence Williamson, B.S., University of Georgia, 1951 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

David Keith Pyle, B.S., 1950 
George Wesley Reihmer, B.S., 1950 
John Edward Severns, B.S., 1950 

IN ARCHITECTURE 
William Herman Rump, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1950 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Mary Katherine Brown, B.S., Bradley University, 1946 

Barbara Pray Elliott, B.S., Ohio State University, 1948 

Marshall Allen Falk, B.S., Bradley University, 1950 

Marion Nyholm Gilmour, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1949 

Sam Hashimoto, B.S., University of Michigan, 1950 

Alvin Markovitz, B.S., 1950 

Harold Lloyd Sadoff, B.Ch.E., University of Minnesota, 1947 

Joyce Erickson Scholz, B.S., University of North Dakota, 1950 

Lin En Josephine Shen, A.B., St. John's University, 1948 

John Thomas Sokatch, B.S., University of Michigan, 1950 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

Leanora Marie Buehler, B.S., 1950 

Arthur Jay Friduss, B.S., 1951 

George Lancaster Harro, A.B., Wheaton College, 1949 

Leopold John Treciokas, B.S., 1951 

Harry You Mun Wong, B.S., University of Dayton, 1951 

IN BOTANY 

Beth Elaine Goodrich, A.B., Houghton College, 1948 
Harold Herman Kuehn, A.B., Montana State University, 1950 
Irwin Bernard Perlis, A.B., University of California, 1950 
Albert Ernest Vatter, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1946 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Irvin Jones McKeand, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1945 ; B.S., Virginia 

Polytechnic Institute, 1951 
James Andrew Nelson, B.S., 1941 
Uri Pimstein, B.S., 1951 

Shou-Cheng Tse, B.S., Ta Tung University, 1948 
William Frederick Zimmerman, B.S., Wayne University, 1948 

IN CERAMICS 
George Fairbank Stockdale, B.S., Hamilton College, 1942 



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IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Herbert Faraday Kraemer, B.Ch.E., University of Delaware, 1947 
Vincent Paul Milo, B.S., University of Alberta, 1949 
Harry Dale Ongman, B.S., 1949 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Victor Ernest Buhrke, B.S., 1950 

Howard Joseph Burke, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1951 

Phyllis Rhoda Cohen, A.B., New York University, 1951 

Byron Lee Haines, A.B., Hanover College, 1950 

S. Lawrence Jacobs, B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1951 

Lewis Irvin Krimen, B.S., Albright College, 1951 

David Millard Locke, B.S., University of Michigan, 1951 

Harry Jacob Neumiller, Jr., A.B., Knox College, 1951 

Patricia McMillin Saxton, A.B., Radcliffe College, 1950 

IN CITY PLANNING 
Jerral Talbot Harper, B.S., 1951 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Rodney Aschenbrenner, B.S., State College of Washington, 1949 

Earl Thomas Balkum, B.S., 1950, 1951 

John Harrison Bigham, B.S., 1949 

Robert Calvin Binning, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1951 

Ernest Arthur Boulding, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Arthur John Carlson, Jr., B.S., Kansas State College, 1950 

Philip Yeong-Wai Chow, B.S., University of Arizona, 1950 

Nicholas Chryssafopoulos, B.S., Robert College, 1940 

Rudolf Ernest Elling, B.S., Michigan State College, 1950 

Hans Arnold Grogg, Diploma, Civil Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of 

Technology, 1949 
Ralph Crane Hahn, B.S., 195 1 
Daniel Joseph Hanson, B.S., 1951 
Edmund Pena Hernandez, B.S., 1951 
Frank Leslie Howland, B.S., Rutgers University, 1950 
William Paterson Hunter, B.S., Glasgow University, 1946 
Robert Norman Janopaul, B.S., University of California, 1951 
Felipe Jimenez, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 1950 
John William Johnson, B.S., University of Wyoming, 1949 
David Berrey Keezell, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1941 
David James Laurie Kennedy, A.B., University of Toronto, 1951 
Armas Laupa, B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1950 
Ignacio Martin, C.E., University of Havana, 1951 
James Milton Massard, B.S., Ohio University, 1950 
Homayoun Meheen, B.S., University of Colorado, 1951 
William Henry Milley, B.S., University of Alberta, 1949 
Robert Harold Mitchell, B.S., 1951 
Owen Miyamoto, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1950 
Robert Forman Mosher, B.S., 1944 

James Mathew Mueller, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1945 
Edwin Thomas O'Donnell, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1944 
Chamlong Saligupta, B.S., 195 1 

Ralph Mario Santamaria, B.S., University of New Mexico, 1951 
Beverly Carradine Snow, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1944 
Mete Avni Sozen, B.S., Robert College, 195 1 
Jerome Francis Ulatowski, B.S., 1950 
James S. Valach, B.S., State College of Washington, 1949 
Alfred Henry Victor, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 
Shahen Yegian, B.S., University of Tehran, 1948 
Irfan Yildirim, B.S., University of California, 1950; B.S., University of 

Colorado, 195 1 

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IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 

William Leon Bastendorf, A.B., Pomona College, 1948 

Ralph Bernard Cary, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1950 

Fran-cis Andrew Enos, A.B., Augustana College, 1950 

Russell John Jessen, A.B., University of Omaha, 1948 

Melvin Edwin Kaufman, A.B., Hunter College, 1950 

Ernest Andrew Kurtz, B.S., 1949 

Esther Gould Noll, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1947 

John Owen Noll, A.B., University of California, 1950 

Lewis Joseph Sherman, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1950 

Seymour Wolf, B.S., 1949 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Murray James Hall, B.S., Southern University, 1949 
Richard Francis Schwerdt, B.S., 1950 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

Donald Gene Sang, B.S., 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Eleanor Mae Allen, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1945 
Cassius Allen Armstrong, B.S., 1937 

Billie Bradford Arney, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Mostafa Kamel Badran, B.S., Fouad First University, 1943; Diploma, Educa- 
tion, Institute of Education, 1946 
George Holbrook Bargh, B.S., 1949 
Thomas Earl Bottomley, B.Ed., State Teachers College (Oshkosh, Wisconsin), 

1933 
Edward Lawrence Brown, B.S., 1949 
Spencer Ardell Bullard, B.S., 1948 
Lowell Abner Burkett, B.S., 1946 
Robert Byron Burns, B.S., 1950 

Paul Winston Chance, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1949 
Charles Henry Crowley, B.S., 1942 

Frank Anthony Dagne, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Ernest Judson DeWitt, Jr., A.B., Shurtleff College, 1949 
Richard James Dorsey, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Charles Albert Fiscus, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Barbara Frazier, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Ray Gordon Grierson, B.S., 1947 

Manford Milton Harmon, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1942 
George Richard Harrigan, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1939 
Henry Foley Hartrich, B.S., 1949 

Clifford Leslie Herbst, A.B., St. Ambrose College, 1949 
James William Holaday, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Charles Edward House, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Elmer Benton Jacobs, Jr., B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Clyde Clifford Jenkins, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1939 
Loren Rice Lewis, B.S., 1950 
Albert Bernard Marx, B.S., 1949 
Virginia Bales McCasey, B.S., 1941 
William Robert McConnell, B.S., 1949 

Edward Harold Noffke, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Clyde Frederick Peterson, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1939 
Carroll Ray Petty, B.S., 1941 

Ross Wilbur Phillips, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1945 
David Harrison Radcliffe, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 

1948 
Kenneth Eugene Roll, B.S., 1943 

Clifford St. John, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Sister M. Gilberta Kennedy, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 



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Harry Edward Smith, B.S., 1950 

Mary Dyer Starks, B.S., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 1941 
Donald Edward Sullivan, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
Frances Anemone Williams, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1945 
Annola Janet Hawkins Wilson, B.S., 1949 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Sergio Antonio Alessio, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1951 

James Edward Ams, B.S., 1951 

Arthur James Barrett, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1944 

John Linden Bennett, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Waldo Emmerson Bertoni, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 

William Allen Blackwell, B.S., Texas Technological College, 1949 

William Michael Borman, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1951 

Roman Bruch, B.S., 1948 

Glenn McDonald Cate, B.S., Carson Newman College, 1950 

John Noel Davidson, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1951 

John Michael DelVento, B.S., 1948 

Norman J. Elliott, B.S., 1949 

Stanley John Goslovich, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 

William Walton Hall, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

David Jarvis, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

Milton Louis Kult, B.S., 1951 

Robert Akin McDaris, B.S., 1951 

James Samuel McKinney, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1947 

William Earl Michel, B.S., 1951 

Eugene Albert Mueller, B.S., 1951 

William Ferdinand Scharre, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Henry Albert Schowengerdt, Jr., B.S., 195 1 

Herbert Ardis Schulke, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

LeRoy Joseph Smith, B.S., 1951 

Paul David Smith, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1950 

Harold Joseph Stirling, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Paul Andrew Vance, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Robert Wilson White, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

George Brownlee Craig, Jr., A.B., Indiana University, 195 1 

Robert Frederick Harwood, B.S., 1950 

Patrick Tung Moon Lum, A.B., Earlham College, 1950 

Ivan Noel McDaniel, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Arnold Charles Rasso, B.S., Union College, 1948 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Thomas Francis Conley, B.S., 1950 
Louis Albert Wollermann, B.S., 1950 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Julien Arthur Conrardy, B.S., 1951 

William Russell Hull, B.S., Bradley University, 1951 

Melvin Robert Walsh, B.S., 195 1 

Thomas Henry Woodyard, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

IN GEOLOGY 

Charles Addison Barton, B.S., Millsaps College, 1949 

Jack Remo Century, B.S., 1951 

Dorothy Jean Gore, B.S., Principia College, 1948 

Robert Newell Grinnell, B.S., 195 1 

Richard Hensler Voris, A.B., Augustana College, 1950 

Robert Gale Zirkle, B.S., 1950 



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IN HOME ECONOMICS 
Jessie Katheryne McLuckie, B.S., 1949 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Helen Lee Dorris, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947 

Jacqueline Theo Joens, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1950 

Martha Ann Proud Jordan, A.B., Rollins College, 1947 

Jessie Woodhouse Manring, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 

Irene B. McConnell, B.S., Bishop College, 1942 

Mary Elaine Ryan, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 

Emma Chandler Talley, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1945 

Marilyn Jane Thomas, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1944 

IN HORTICULTURE 

Jan Wallace Abernathie, B.S., 195 1 
Raymond Edward Anderson, B.S., 1951 

Robert Russell Rice, B.S., Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanical 
Arts, 1950 

IN JOURNALISM 

Homer Morrow Dalbey, A.B., Indiana University, 1949 
Wave Maxine Chambers Engert, A.B., Duke University, 1940 
Robert Ernest Vogele, A.B., 1950 
Sally Joy Woodson, A.B., Lindenwood College, 1950 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Irene Kershaw Ainsworth, A.B., MacMurray College, 1933 

Omar Albert Bacon, B.E., Wisconsin State Teachers College (River Falls), 1936; 

B.S., George Peabody College for Teachers, 1939 
Mary Ruth Barber, B.S., Maryville College, 1947 
Gertrude Street Bingham, A.B., University of Louisville, 1951 
Lavinia Margaret Bower, B.S., University of Kansas, 1947 
Benjamin Harrison Branch, Jr., A.B., Guilford College, 1943; B.S., Drexel In- 
stitute of Technology, 1948 
Ivah Flora Campbell, A.B., B.L.S., University of Wisconsin, 1945, 1946 
Robert Leland Carter, A.B., Earlham College, 1949 
Sarah Mabel Cash, A.B., Huron College, 1947; B.S., 1948 
Eleanor Fung Yin Chong, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1950 
Robert Oren Corkill, Jr., A.B., Kansas State Teachers College (Emporia), 1950 
James Beaupre Dodd, B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948, 1950 
John Edgar Dustin, A.B., A.M., Washington University, 1947, 1948 
Richard Alan Farley, A.B., Northland College, 1940; B.L.S., University of 

Wisconsin, 1941 
Eugene Thomas Frosio, A.B., A.M., University of Mexico, 1945, 1950 
Ralph Philip Herron, Jr., B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1949 
Charles Henry Hewitt, A.B., University of Arizona, 1944; A.M., University of 

Chicago, 1949 
Neva Nell Hudson, A.B., 1949 

Mulhamootle Mathew John, A.B., Madras University, 1928 
Ann Telfair Johnson, A.B., Antioch College, 1933; B.S.(L.S-), Drexel Institute 

of Technology, 1949 
Betty Lou Klein, A.B., Ottawa University, 195 1 
Rose Marie Lomonte, B.S., University of Houston, 1948 
Alice Elizabeth Rasor Martin, A.B., Ohio State University, 1928 
Ruby Vesta Martz, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1942 
Elizabeth Woodfin Matthews, A.B., Randolph-Macon College, 1948 
Sidney E. Matthews, Jr., A.B., Randolph-Macon College, 1948; B.L.S., Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, 1950 
Dagmar Michalova, A.B., Rutgers University, 1949 
Katherine Larimore Montague, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1946 



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Madge Josephine Moore, A.B., Western College for Women, 1949 

Thomas Edwin Parks, B.Ed., A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1942, 1947; 

A.M., Washington University, 1948 
Sonia Marie Sandeen, A.B., Lawrence College, 1950 
Marion Douglas Sandifer, A.B., Mississippi College, 195 1 
Frances Helen Saupe, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1940 
Marian Jean Speer, A.B., Monmouth College, 1945 
Katherine Aden Staack, A.B., Augustana College, 1947 
Sophia Elizabeth Sullivan, A.B., Presbyterian College, 1937; B.S.(L.S.), George 

Peabody College for Teachers, 1940 
Francis Joseph Thiegs, A.B., College of St. Thomas, 1950 
Maimu Vabasalu, A.B., Kansas Wesleyan University, 195 1 
Katy Vanthof, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1925 
Elizabeth Theresa Vogenthaler, Ph.B., DePaul University, 1935 
Muriel Brown Walker, A.B., Langston University, 1947; B.S., 1948 

IN MANAGEMENT 
Leonard Stanley Olenginski, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1949 

IN MARKETING 

Konstantinos Efthimios Armaos, A.B., Eureka College, 195 1 

Martin George Berutti, B.S., 195 1 

Jasper William Brock, Jr., A.B., Duke University, 1948 

Aaron Harry Hull, B.S., 1951 

Hassan Ahmed Tewfik, B.Com., Fouad First University, 1947 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Richard Solomon Ballance, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 

Kenneth Allyn Brons, A.B., North Central College, 1951 

Earl Owen Embree, B.S., Morgan State College, 1950 

Calvin Virgil Holmes, A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi, 1947, 1948 

Roger Edwin Messick, B.S., 195 1 

Marshall Emerson Nolan, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1944 

Norman Emil Sexauer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1949 

Glenn Hughie Sheraden, B.S., 1951 

Ray Frederick Spring, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1948 

Carl Henry Tross, B.S., 1950 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Albert Oren Davis, B.S., Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, 1949 
James Emmett Loos, B.S., 1951 
William Lawrence McNulty, B.S., 1951 
Walter Vincent Peternell, B.S., University of Akron, 1949 
Philip Irving Stone, B.S., Northeastern University, 1935 
Harold Elmore Straub, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1949 
Walter George Zimmerman, B.S., New Mexico College of Agriculture and 
Mechanical Arts, 1950 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Arnold Brown. B.S., Juilliard School of Music, 1949 

John Duane Dorch, A.B., Carthage College, 1943 

John Franklin Guse, B.S., 1951 

Edward James Jones, B.S., 1951 

Dolores Betty Kostka, B.S., 1951 

Eugene Walter Loftiss, B.S., 1950 

George Jack Schuler, B.Mus., M.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1948, 1949 



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IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Eugene Griswold Cheever, B.S., South Dakota State College of Agriculture 

and Mechanic Arts, 1951 
Mary Dent Gray, B.S., Michigan State Normal College, 1950 
Annelis Strange Jensen, Certificates Denmarks Hojskole for Legemsovelser, 

University of Copenhagen, 1942, 1943 
Taylor Rickey Le Fort, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 
Charles Gordon Purvis, B.S., 1940 
Charles Norman Seng, A.B., McKendree College, 195 1 

IN PHYSICAL SCIENCES 
Edwin William Daley, B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1950 

IN PHYSICS 

Harlan Eugene Anderson, B.S., 1951 

Stephen Reynolds Arnold, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950 

Leonard Bernard Auerbach, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1951 

James Oliver Dyal, Jr., B.S., University of North Carolina, 1947 

Richard Lee Johnson, B.S., 1951 

Alan B. Kuper, B.S., University of Chicago, 1949 

Robert Paul Kutarnia, B.S., St. Lawrence University, 1949 

Richard Dale Padgitt, B.S., 1951 

William Manos Portnoy, B.S., 1952 

Richard Werner Vook, A.B., Carleton College, 1951 

Charles Hamilton Wilcox, B.S., Duke University, 1950 

Taketora Yamagata, B.S., University of Tokyo, 195 1 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 
James Francis Brennan, B.S., 1950 

Philip Alfred Brunell, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1950 
Edward Joesph Reininger, B.S., 1950 
Walter Joseph Schreiber, B.S., 1950 

Earl Wilson Shelton, B.S., Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State Col- 
lege, 1950 
Ira Weinstein, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1949 
Herbert Yew Kee Wong, B.S., University of Dayton, 1949 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 
Patrick Martin Miller, B.S., 1950 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Ellen Anne Gernon, B.S., 1951 

Nancy Spitze Ham, B.S., Northwestern University, 1945 

Mariann Therese Hammer, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1948 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 
Thomas Joseph Bickel, B.S., 1951 
Jay Gladstone Gore, B.S., 1951 
French Earl Rogers, Jr., A.B., Berea College, 1949 
Mary Estelle Willis, A.B., Spelman College, 1931 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS AND THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES 
Gerald Fredrich Ocock, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1950 



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IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Yoshiro Higuchi, B. of Engr., Tokyo University, 1944 

Russell William Karry, B.S., Michigan College of Mining and Technology, 

1950 
Tetsuichi Mitsuda, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1949 
Masaki Sugi, B.Engr., University of Tokyo, 1951 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Simon Arzigian, A.B., Catholic University of America, 1951 

Glenn Martin Friedman, A.B., Columbia University, 1951 

Donald Irvin Funk, B.S., 1951 

James Harold Gilford, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1950 

Arthur Albin Johnson, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1950 

Theodore Matthew King, B.S., Quincy College, 1950 

Jay Charles Pass, B.S., 1951 

Charles Robert Peebles, A.B., Cornell University, 1951 

Myron Winick, A.B., Columbia College, 1951 

William Zebrun, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Charles Lemon Bestor, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1948 

Richard Lawrence Bouchard, B.S., 1951 

Charles Brennand, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1951 

Joseph Guy Coleman, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1951 

George Henry Crumb, B.Mus., Mason College of Music and Fine Arts, 1950 

Eleanore Cassia Dowling, B.Mus., 1946 

Lawrence Thomas Fredrickson, B.Mus., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1950 

Daniel Wesley Liddell, B.Mus., Olivet College, 1950 

Mary Snow McCarty, B.Mus., Indiana University, 1950 

Mildred Kaufman Shields, A.B., B.Mus., Hendrix College, 1950, 1950 

Doris Jeanette Snyder, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1951 

Beverly Ann Williams, B.Mus., University of Oklahoma, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Layiwola Adedoyin Adedeji, A.B., Southwestern College, 195 1 

Herbert A. Ammons, B.S., Kentucky State College (Frankfort), 1950 

Mary Marjorie Ashby, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1944 

Kenneth Wayne Bailey, B.S., 1951 

Charles Dickinson Bain, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1948 

Henry Thomas Berry, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1946 

Donald James Birr, B.S., 1950 

William Doyle Bugher, A.B., DePauw University, 195 1 

Clarence David Campbell, A.B., Greenville College, 1949 

Carl Wesley Cohoon, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Joseph Turner Connelly, Jr., A.B., University of Kansas, 1950 

Calvin Louis Crawford, A.B., Allegheny College, 195 1 

Lawrence Edward Curl, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

George Dan Demos, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Doctor Dudley Evans, B.S., Shurtleff College, 195 1 

John Edgar Frazier, B.S., 1950 

Robert Burl Frazier, Jr., B.Mus., M.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1947, 

1948 
Carroll Otho Garrison, A.B., Central College, 1939 
Charles Otto Gordon, A.B., Blackburn College, 1950 
Henrietta Hoffman Gremley, B.S., 195 1 



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Francis Leslie Griffith, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1939 

William Frank Haas, B.S., 195 1 

Asaph Chandler Hammond, B.S., 1922 

William Robert Hedgcock, B.S., 195 1 

Harry Harrison Higgins, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

Robert Howe Holtzman, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1944 

Irwin Horwitz, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Carolyn Whitcomb Jeffries, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 195 1 

Donald Max Johnson, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Margrieta Osis Kreismanis, B.S., 1951 

Frank Bernard Kuntz, B.S., 1933 

Carl Mauritz Lindvall, A.B., Augustana College, 1947; A.M., 1950 

James Ellis MacGregor, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938; A.M. 

1943 
Deane Wesley Martell, B.S., Beloit College, 1949 

Yukio Matsushita, Diploma for Secondary Teacher, Kyushu University, 1949 
William Matthias, Jr., A.B., Eureka College, 1950 
William James McConnell, B.S., Arkansas State College, 1947 
Rahimbakhsh Mohammedbakhsh Memon, A.B., University of Bombay, 1939 
Joseph Anthony Micka, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 
Abdul Moktader, B.S., M.S., Decca University, 1932, 1933 
Emmett Joseph Moll, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
James O'Bryan Moore, A.B.,1950 
Richard Lawrence Moore, B.S., 1951 
Richard Franklin Powers, B.S., 1949 
Khursheed Quraishi, B.T., University of Punjab, 1938 
Nilza Coni Caldas Santos, A.B., 195 1 

Charles Walter Southard, A.B., Shurtleft College, 1949; A.M., 1950 
Bertha Jampel Spergel, A.B., Hunter College, 1949 
S. G. Sultan, A.B., A.M., M.O.L., Punjab University, 1939, 1946, 1948 
Roy Yoshi Takeyama, B.S., Bradley University, 1951 
Michael Joseph Tierney, B.S., 195 1 
Wilford Herschel Vandevender, B.S., 1940 

Maximiniano Aspiras Velasquez, B.S., National University, 1948 
Lois Adeline Weaver, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1945 
Edward Earl Webb, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1938 
Betty Ellen Webster, A.B., 1951 
Wesley Mercer Wisely, A.B., Cornell College, 1951 
David Logan Wolfe, A.B., 1950 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK 

John Joseph Alderson, B.S., 1950 

Lincoln Bosco, B.S., 1949 

Lorraine Grace Wallach Carren, A.B., 1950 

Robert William Culp, B.S., Bradley University, 1948 

Fumiko Fukuda, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1950 

Marion Cornelius Hathaway, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1949 

Fredric Myers Hefter, A.B., 1950 

Ana Kostelny, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1945 

Henry Ohlrich Krogh, B.S., Lewis Institute of Technology, 1938; M.S., 1947 

Charlotte Landau, A.B., 1950 

Virginia Smyth Reeder, A.B., College of Puget Sound, 1939 

Robert Raymond Schroeder, A.B., 1950 

Robert Henry Sicular, A.B., University of California, 1950 

Irving Abraham Spergel, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1946; A.M., 

Columbia University, 1947 
Guido James Tardi, B.S., George Williams College, 1943 



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THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

IN PAINTING 

Edward Howard Betts, A.B., Yale University, 1942 

Alice Adelle Boatright, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1947 

Donald Coulson Edelman, B.F.A., Washington University, 1951 

Francis George Girard, B.F.A., Washington University, 195 1 

Benjamin Wharrie Lawless, Jr., B.F.A., 1950 

Joseph Edmund Schwarz, B.F.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1950 

Pat Boodell Wartik, B.F.A., 1950 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Delsia Beasley, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947; M.S., 1950 

Bernice Irene Janssen, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1941; M.S., 1949 

Constantine George Lalopoulos, Diploma, Teachers College, 1929; Diploma, 

Athens University, 1936, 1945; Ed.M., 1951 
Sister M. Emma Cleary, A.B., Rosary College, 1940; A.M., Loyola University, 

1946 



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HONORS 

Candidates presented by Coleman Roberts Griffith, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Provost of the University 

VALEDICTORIAN 

Eldon Clyde McKie, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Social Studies 

SALUTATORIANS 

Dale Richard Hoff, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Keith Alan Kelly, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Mary Catherine Riley, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

BRONZE TABLET 

Howard Philip Aidem, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

John Robert Alles, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Donald Robert Bahnfleth, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Marcus Frederick Christensen, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 

John Henry Dabbert, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering 

Kenneth Roger Dunnivant, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 

John Paul Eberhard, Bachelor of Science in Architecture 

Gustav James Fehlhaber, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Edward Foster Fort, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

William Dean Greenfield, Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering 

Fred Charles Hall, Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering 

Marilyn Ann Helm, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Dale Richard Hoff, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Constance Joan Hoffman, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Charles Richard Hudson, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

F. Harold Johnson, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Ralph Henry Johnson, Bachelor of Science in Economics 

Bydus Francis Kaiser, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Keith Alan Kelly, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Emory Leland Kemp, Jr., Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 

Thomas Andrew Killoren, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Donald Edward Kraft, Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering 

Thomas Francis Leahey, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 

Andrew David Liehr, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Eldon Clyde McKie, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Social Studies 

Ira James Mehlman, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Franklin John Nienstedt, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

William Denson North, Bachelor of Science in Economics and Public Affairs 

Joan Katherine Pantke, Bachelor of Science in Library Science 

Clifford Eugene Pocock, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 

Robert Edward Rexer, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Spanish 

Mary Catherine Riley, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

Allen Jay Sabath, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 

Howard Ethan Schersten, Bachelor of Science in Architecture 

Elwood Rae Schmidt, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

George Hunt Schneider, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Robert Henry Schwaar, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 

Nancy Lou Seith, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Landscape Architecture 



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Paul Griffith Shewmon, Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering 

Margaret Ann Simpson, Bachelor of Science in Education 

Max Edward Sparks, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Charles Marvin Stange, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Richard Eugene Stanley, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 

Roger Lee Swank, Bachelor of Science in Commercial Teaching 

Robert Howard Trost, Bachelor of Science in Management and Marketing 

Alfredo Devera Vergara, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 

Donald Eugene Walker, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Fredrick Robert Winter, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 



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THE COLLEGE OF LAW 

Candidates presented by Albert James Harno, B.S., LL.B., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Law 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN LAW 



Joseph Patrick Koval 
Robert Edward Kuczynski 



George Michael Marovich 
Kenneth Ralph Palmer 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



John Alexander Andreos, B.S., 195 1 
John J. Baker, A.B., 1950 
William Erwin Beyer 
David Raymond Bond, A.B., 1950 
Thomas Michael Burke 
Robert Lee Butler, B.S., 1951 
Keith Eugene Campbell, B.S., 1950 
Clifford Morton Carney, A.B., 

Michigan State College, 1949 
John Edward Cassidy, Jr., B.S., 

University of Notre Dame, 1948 
William Louis Dalton, B.S., 

Northwestern University, 1948 
John William Dooley, A.B., 

University of Chicago, 1948 
Thomas August Fink, B.S., Bradley 

University, 1950 
James Louis Foreman, B.S., 1950 
Basil George Greanias, B.S., 1952 
Douglas Eyer Hager, B.S., 1951 
Joseph Robert Hale, B.S., 1950 
Robert Louis Hanson, B.S., 1950 
Edward James Harrison, B.S., 1950 
Harlan Heller, B.S., 1951 
Thomas King Hostetler, B.S., 1951 
Richard Venable Houpt, A.B., 

University of Chicago, 1949 
Leslie Thomas Houser, B.S., 1951 
William Carroll Jackson, B.S., 1950 
Gordon Floyd Johnson, B.S., 195 1 
Harrison Howard Kavensky, B.S., 

1950 
Walter Eugene Kelly, A.B., 1951 



Jack Oakley Kennedy, A.B., 1949 
Robert Edward Kesler, B.S., 1951 
William Ray Kesler, B.S., 195 1 
Carl Wesley Lee, B.S., 1950 
John Allen Leemon, B.S., 1950 
William Howard Malmgren, A.B., 

Lake Forest College, 1935 
Sheldon Bernard Mazor 
Robert Wade McDonald 
Bernard Lowell Minton, A.B., 

Illinois Wesleyan University, 1941 
William Edward Parker, B.S., 1950 
John Elwood Popham, B.S., 1950 
John Tarbell Pratt, B.S., 1950 
William Gilbert Ridgeway, A.B., 

Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Melvin Lloyd Schlueter, A.B., 1950 
Ralph England Sharp, Jr., A.B., 

1950 
Richard John Shramm, A.B., 1950 
Guy Hadley Sloan, B.S., 1949 
Edward Harrison Snyder, A.B., 1950 
Conway LaMarr Spanton 
Edward William Stubbs, Jr., A.B., 

DePauw University, 1949 
Ernest Vernon Tedford, Jr., A.B., 

1950 
Louis Francis Ulbrich, Ph.B., Illinois 

Wesleyan University, 1949 
Robert Edward Utter, B.S., 1951 
Fred Daniel Welsch, B.S., 1950 
Richard Robert Zielinski 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAW 



Ralph Vernon Froehling, B.S., 1951 
Edward Stanley Gibala, B.S., 1949 
Nathan Emile Humbrecht, A.B., 1949 



Richard Stanley Tyler, B.S., Indiana 
State Teachers College, 1950 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Candidates presented by Henry Perly Rusk, M.S., D.Sc, LL.D 
Dean of the College of Agriculture 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 



Edward Theodore Abbott, with High 

Honors 
John Torrence Alderson, with Honors 
Fred Arthur Atterberry 
Eugene Phillip Aylward, with High 

Honors 
Robert Mahl Barnes 
Fredrick Joseph Baxter 
Homer Honeywell Beall, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Deane Oliver Behrends 
Marvin Walter Berschet 
John Russell Bigger 
Peter Andrew Bonucci, with High 

Honors 
George Dean Bottrell 
James Abram Brill, Jr. 
Samuel Joseph Buck, Jr., with High 

Honors 
Jean Stuart Carney 
William Max Coon 
Vaughn Alexander Craft 
Paul Murvin Crouse 
George Shuman Curtiss 
William McKelvey Damisch 
Edward Alexander Danielson 
Earl Davis 
Robert Louis Davis, with High 

Honors 
Roy Dean Dillon, with Honors 
Lee Nelson Dreiman 
Ivan Herbert Dremann, with Honors 
Lawrence Edgar Eaton 
Donald Edward Eckhoff 
Donald Wayne Edwards 
Walter Bernard Eich, Jr. 
Carl Russell Ekena 
Wayne Kermit Elliott 
Marvin Walter Engelhardt 
Walter Gordon Enstrom, with High 

Honors 
Charles William Fechtig 
Walter Leo Fehrenbacher, with 

Honors 
Michael Joseph Fibich, Jr. 
Don Edward Finley, with Honors 
Martin Manuel Fleischer 
Ralph Lester Forrest, with Honors 
Ronald Eugene Fowler 
Ronald Everett Ganschow 
Albert Irving Gleason, with Honors 
Joseph Gorsic 



Robert Edward Green 

John Edward Greenfield 

Peter Craig Griffin, with Honors 

Paul Griminger 

Harry Leo Gullett, Jr. 

Robert Frederick Hacker 

Donald Ray Haerr, with Honors 

Donald Charles Hallbick 

Joseph Charles Headley 

David John Heaton 

Robert Gail Heltsley, with High 

Honors 
John Burnett Hemwall, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Emmett Heneberry 
Merlyn Carl Heyen 
Alden Ross Hickman, with Honors 
Gerald Albert Hill 
wllliford a. hockett 
Stanley David Honn 
Ronald Ziegler Hood, with High 

Honors 
William Ernest Hopkins 
William Houston Hughes, with 

Honors 
Lynne Harris Hull, II 
Gerald Earl Hulslander 
Donald James Hunter, with Highest 

Honors 
Russell Eugene Hurst 
Robert Frank Huspen 
Roger Rex Icenogle 
James William Irvin 
Edwin August Jaenke 
Thomas Howard Jennings, with 

Honors 
Donald Elon Johnson, with High 

Honors 
Maurice Edwin Johnson 
J. Benton Jones, Jr. 
Gerald Gene Kearby 
Wendell Max Kimbrough 
Donald Gene King, with High Honors 
Donald James Koehler, with High 

Honors 
Roger Emil Krull 
Max Raymond Langham, with High 

Honors 
Floyd Norman Lankenau 
Charles Norman Larrance 
Walter Hamilton Lloyd, III 
Eugene Martin Malone 



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James Paul Markyvell 

John Richard Marshall, with 

Honors 
Henry Lee Maxwell, with Honors 
John Peter McCabe, Jr. 
Harold Richard McFarland 
Bernard Leo McKean 
Harland C. McLaughlin, Jr. 
Eugene William Merkle 
Ronald Sollis Moore 
Deane Arlen Morey, with Honors 
Ralph Clifford Morgan 
James Lewis Norman 
John Duane Orcutt 
Benjamin William Pugsley 
Vernon Harry Rascher, with Honors 
Joseph Daniel Reedy 
Richard Clair Reynolds 
Louis Carl Rieker, Jr. 
Edward Roux 
Charles Edward Rueb 
Harlan LaVerne Sailor 
Robert Eugene Sattler 
Alvin Walter Schade 
Carl Wilson Schmiedeskamp 
Lester David Schroll, with Honors 
James Victor Scott, with Honors 
Burton Lee Shann 
Don Earl Simmen 
Norman Lee Slack 
James Bernard Snavley 
David Clarence Snetsinger 



Max Edward Sparks, with Highest 

Honors 
Quentin V. Sparks 
Jerry Albert Springer 
Edward Arthur Stahly, with Honors 
durward slgmund stanislawsky 
Donald Kearn Surgeon 
Dale Leon Sutter 
Robert Lee Svehla 
Merle Dean Swain 
Donald Paul Swanlund 
Roger Lee Swanlund, with Honors 
Harold William Swart, with Honors 
Lewis Leavell Swink 
Charles George Tomm 
Peter Jerome Trepanier 
Robert William Uhlir 
Charles Vavrus, with Highest Honors 
Homer Clifford Vickroy 
Donald Eugene Walker, with Highest 

Honors 
Richard Douglas Weller 
William Howard Western 
Harry Charles White 
Elmer Dean Wilcox, with Honors 
Donald Robert Wilken 
Walter Edwin Wittorff 
George Joseph Wright, with Honors 
John Francis Wright 
Richard Charles Yakel 
Richard Joseph Yero 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



James Hunter Bender 
LeRoy Brandsma 
Robert Raymond Grossner 
Lincoln Arthur Herreid 



Albert Junior Koltveit, with Honors 
Thomas Orville Menees, Jr. 
Daniel Krause Shepard, with Honors 
Harold Keith Wilson 



IN FLORICULTURE 



Reynold Reitz Alde 

Marilyn Edith Brischke, with 

Honors 
Robert Edward Davis 
Ralph Everett Dodd 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 



Jack LoMonaco 
Donald Davis McLain, Jr. 
Ray Robert Wilke 
Robert Claude Youngblood 



Robert Martin Eggleston 
Carlyle Dean Read 



Norman Emil Schmitt 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Marilyn Jarvis Baker, with Highest 

Honors 
Florence Elaine Beebe, with Honors 
Grace Elizabeth Behringer 
Marianne Benson 
Joan Bodenmann 
Mary Joy Brick 
Mariana Lou Byerly, with High 

Honors 
Yvette Susan Cooper 
Shirley Mae Cottrell 



Renee Loree Doderlein 
Nancy Ann Everingham 
Jo Ann Colleen Folks 
Charlotte Claire Gerber 
Norma Jean Hanell, with Honors 
Barbara Ann Herrmann 
Mary Corthell Hoadley 
Helen Lind Hobson 
Eleanor White Hulbert 
Barbara Louise Hull 
Mary Jane Jinkins 



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Evelyn Deane Johnson 
Elaine Agnes Joseph son 
Sarah Joann Lindsay 
Joretta Ann Marchello 
Marilyn Ann Martell 
Chlodene Amelia Miketta 
Marilyn Trotter Moore 
Audrey Ann Neumann 
Julia Ohnysty 

Carol Naomi Pelly, with Honors 
Lora Lee Player 



Cynthia Frances Ralston, with 

Honors 
Dorothy Mae Schrader 
Marilyn Schueler, with Honors 
Lois Mae Sergeant 
Mary Catherine Sinclair 
Barbara Anne Thiebaud 
Judith Esther Toubes 
Alice Marion Tuma 
Sharon Jean Valentine 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Phyllis Jean Blue 
Barbara Ann Buchholz 
Marjorie Joan Doehring 
Justine Kay Ebert, with Highest 

Honors 
Eleanor Eklund Haas, with Honors 
Naomi Ruth Harner, with High 

Honors 
Wilma Wynette Hollister, with 

Highest Honors 
Elizabeth Louise Kapraun 
Mildred Ann Kornegger, with 

Highest Honors 
Sara Margaret Lewis 



Phyllis Lee MacDougall, with 

Highest Honors 
Mary Susan Mann 
Ruby Carolyn Marsh 
Charlotte Elizabeth Orcutt 
Phyllis Joan Scott 
Ruth Lillian Smoot, with Honors 
Lorna Vendetta Springer, with 

Honors 
Elvia Louise Tarble 
Priscilla Jane Ueberrhein, with 

Honors 
Emma Kathryn Waldschmidt, with 

High Honors 
Catherine Josephine Wilber 



IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 



Thomas Atterbury Allen 
William Curtis Hedges 



Joseph Burel Huddleston 



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THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



Candidates presented by William Littell Everitt, E.E., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Engineering 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Loren Harold Anderson 
Lowell Benjamin Eldrenkamp 
William Dean Greenfield, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Edwin Gross 
Fred Charles Hall, with High 

Honors 



Robert Hugh Johnson 

Corliss Ulric Laisure 

Gilbert Rudolph Lange 

Richard Paul Lucas 

Jerome Edward Quist 

Robert Otto Rada 

Donald Arthur Yale, with Honors 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



Forrest Eugene Dryer 

James Arter Garman 

David Martin Harris, with High 

Honors 
Louis John Harvatin 
John Robert Huber, with High 

Honors 



David Cornell Ralston 
Harold Alan Ralston 
Norman Lee Slack 
Peter Terome Trepanier 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



James Anderson Carley 
Richard Leslie Comer 
Marlyn Lee Hanson 
Francis Joseph Hoerrmann 
Edward Paul Karlovsky 
Donald Edward Kraft, with High 
Honors 



Terence Patrick Nealon 
John Schultz, Jr., with Honors 
John Dean Sitzler 
William Keith Soderstrum 
Donald Blaine Tolly 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Sadik Kemal Aksel 

William Donald Arenberg 

Charles Newton Bainbridge 

Louis Baucher, Jr. 

Carroll James Bernhardt 

William La Verne Bost, with Honors 

Allan Lee Carpenter 

Alan Louis Chase 

Henri Eugene Cowger, with High 

Honors 
Robert B. Dellert 
Lawrence Edwin Deusch 
Richard Gene Ellis 
James Albert Erikson 
Elmer Theodore Ernst 
Theodore Esser 
Clarence Joseph Fleming 
Walter John Furman 
Robert Joseph Gallenbach 
David Marshall Geary 
Howard Oliver Gilbertsen 
Paul Gordon 
Eric Arthur Graepp 



John Anthony Grubensky 

Jacob Hayya 

Dale Joseph Henry 

Lawrence David Humbard 

Robert Joseph Hunter 

Edward Lyle Huston 

John Robert Jombock, with Honors 

Walter Jovovich 

Alfonsas Juodikis 

Arthur Michael Kaindl, Jr. 

Emory Leland Kemp, Jr., with High 

Honors 
David J. Kincaid, Jr. 
Thomas Francis Leahey, with High 

Honors 
William Rudolph Loikets 
John Lowell Lower 
John M. Marinopoulos 
Thomas Peters McCormick 
Kenneth Gordon Medearis 
William Edward Myers 
Frank Joseph Rice, Jr. 
Daniel Gatton Rinck 



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Harry Morris Roberts 
Richard Emil Skogsberg 
Jerry Annaldo Steding 
Raymond Stefanko 
Albert Reed Stephenson 



Alfred Joseph Tarabori, with Honors 
Alfredo Devera Vergara, with High 

Honors 
Theodore Virgilio, Jr. 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Carl Bruce Barnes 

John William Beckel 

Thomas Earl Beling 

John Nelson Buterbaugh 

John Harrison Cage 

Kenneth Louis Carlson 

George Robert Davis 

Alfred Hedley Donahoe, with Honors 

Edgar Junior Dunn 

William Sheridan Eckess, Jr. 

Sherman Herbert Fabian 

Donald Burton Falk 

Agostinho Pereira Ferreira 

James Patrick Martin Gaughan 

Oleg Golubjatnikov 

Joseph Fong Sen Goo 

Norman Grandos 

Edward James Hauge 

Milton Herbert Hieken 

William Albert Hirsch, III 

Homer Richard Hoving 

Rudolph Chia-chao Hwa, with High 

Honors 
Joseph George Jablonsky 
Fredric Kahn 

Frank Stanley Kasper, with Honors 
Edward Eugene Kiningham 
Raymond Gordon Knauss 
Henry Virgil Krone 
Charles Joseph Kukura 
Robert Wilson Lasher 
Frank Paul Lewandowski 



Harold Vernon Lind 

Frank Albert Litz, with Honors 

Richard Alden McClure 

Lawrence Michels 

George Leslie Nuss, Jr. 

James Arthur Parent 

Edward John Prochaska 

John Thomas Quealy, with High 

Honors 
Raymond Karl Reusch 
William James Richrath 
Arthur Louis Rosenstein 
Elwood Rae Schmidt, with Honors 
Wilbur Emil Meddy Schmidt, with 

Honors 
Robert Francis Schunneman, with 

Honors 
John Francis Shragal 
William Coulbourn Smith 
Benjamin Landon Stahlheber 
Earl Edward Stegen 
Arthur Daniel Stoesser 
Eugene Stoner, with Honors 
Richard Lee Storer 
Richard Lee Sydnor, with Honors 
Philip Kenton Trimble, with Honors 
Richard Lee Uhrik 
Leo Michael Walch, Jr. 
Richard Anthony Winsauer 
Adolph Joseph Wolski 
Siang-Wen Joseph Yang 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 



Sheldon Francis Best, with Honors 

Bruce Marrs Brown, with Honors 

Samuel Dzik 

James Thomas Ephgrave 

Robert Hyatt Fisher 

Frank John Fishman, Jr., with High 

Honors 
Richard C. Grolla 
John Edward Hinde 



Donald Herbert Janney, with High 

Honors 
Charles Edward Kassel, Jr. 
Rolf Eugene Lindquist 
Michael Francis Millea 
August Omer Quenon, Jr. 
Paul Norman Sholtz 
Milton William Valenta 
Richard Charles Wiquist 



George John Bartusek 
Gerald Erwin Braun 
Gerald DeWayne Giffin 
Harry Edward Hawkins 
Frederick Ralph Houser 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Stephens MacKenzie, Ji 
Gerald Meredith Magee, Jr. 
Ronald Edward Mathis 
Arthur Ernest Molzan 
Martin Norman Noling 



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IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Peter Anthony Abitante 

John Robert Alles, with High Honors 

Gerald Edwin Anderson 

Donald Robert Bahnfleth, with High 

Honors 
Harold Charles Behrens 
Richard Benjamin Blaski 
Ralph Orville Brunt 
Billy Stewart Campbell 
James Ernest Campbell 
George Courtney Chapman 
Robert Louis Cramer, with High 

Honors 
Rodney Crawford 
Charles Cumby, Jr. 
Clyde Francis Czernek 
David Lynn Day 
Richard Carl Deotsch 
Harry Dyckman Dreger 
Robert Earl Drew 
Richard Paul Ecklund 
Gustav James Fehlhaber, with High 

Honors 
Leonard Eugene Ferguson 
George Thomas Fiala 
William Columbus Flanagan 
Edward Foster Fort, with High 

Honors 
James Arter Garman 
Robert Dobson Graham 
Salvatore Joseph Grassadonia 
Sadik Hasan Habib 
Irving Harry Hallberg 
Paul Mark Hassler 
Ralph Robert Herrick, with Honors 
Bernard William Hilton, Jr. 
Richard Carl Holmberg, with Honors 
James Albert Horn 
John Stephen Horsley 
Charles Richard Hudson, with Honors 



Frederick Moy Hugh 

Emil George Kadlec 

Wallace Gordon Karraker 

Earl Robert Lane 

Norman Carl Lange 

Fred Edmund Larson 

Harold Hickman Laws, Jr. 

David Forrest Lemons, with Honors 

Ronald Edward Lundberg 

James Patrick Lyons 

Theodore Mueller 

Robert Richard Nauheimer 

Robert Arthur Nelson 

James Montague Nolan 

David William O'Halleran 

Herbert Gordon Olson 

Robert Thomas Reinsch 

Robert Martin Sheffer 

Theodore Earl Sladek 

Donald Kent Slaney 

Earl Smith 

Ronald LeRoy Smoot 

Donald Victor Stenger 

Bruce Walker Stowe 

Edward Frank Svoboda, Jr. 

David T. Takada 

William Harvey Thompson 

Hsueh Cheng Tong 

Jewell William Tryon 

David Wilbur Vial 

Ralph Olin Virene 

John Albert Vogt 

Charles Henry Wade, with High 

Honors 
Norbert Albert Walent 
Millage Miller White, with Honors 
John Roy Wilhelm 
James William Wilkins 
James Caruthers Williamson 
Philip Eugene Wood 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



Richard Dick Bennett 

Joseph Borrino 

James Richard Kerr 

Roy Stanley Ladley 

Richard Johnston McClintick, with 

High Honors 
Sherwood Williams McGee 
Joseph Melill 



Vito Vincent Mitkus 

Burton E. Schaner 

Paul Griffith Shewmon, with High 

Honors 
Alvin David Shulman 
James Travis Stanley, with Honors 
Robert Eugene Thomas 
Paul Francis Ziegler 



Leonard Leon Felts 
Paul Raymond Penrod 
Robert Lee Pounds 



IN MINING ENGINEERING 



Jorge Luis Quiros 
Donald Edward Scheck 



IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 



George Fredrick Heck, Jr. 
John Irwin Thomas Moloney 



Hugh Glen Rose 



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THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates presented by Henning Larsen, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Priscilla Rose Alden, with Highest 

Honors in French 
Robert Andrew Alexander 
Anne Veronica Anderson 
Barbara Joyce Anderson 
Mildred Eileen Anderson 
Richard Davis Anderson 
Frank William Appleby 
Joyce Helen Armstrong 
Russell Norman Babcock 
Marina Mae Badgett 
Allan J. Bagley 
Mary Evelyn Bane 
Francis Earle Barcus 
Jeanne Marie Barker 
Keith Davies Baumann 
Martha Hannam Bell, with High 

Honors in Botany 
Nuel Dinsmore Belnap, Jr., with 

Honors in Philosophy 
Robert Bruce Bennorth 
Mary Josephine Koons Berger 
Royal Ramon Bernier 
Conrad Arthur Beton 
Daniel John Bobbitt, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Albert Joseph Bona 
Vera Madsen Borrino 
Morton Jay Braverman 
Norma Jeanne Brown 
Joyce Edris Brunnemeyer 
Kenneth Gregory Bugan 
Lawrence Joseph Butkus 
William Francis Butler 
Carol Chalfont Caldwell 
Cornelia Lee Cannon 
Helen Louise Carter 
Robert John Casper 
Robert Edward Cerny 
Dean Eugene Clabaugh, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Barbara Jean Coffeen 
Stanley Edwin Cohen, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Lee Colombik 
Clyde Sherman Congdon, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Joel Cord, with Honors in Economics 
Emory Wayne Cowan 
Robert Cox Craig 
Mary Louise Cramblett, with 

Highest Honors in English 



Carol Corinne Crouch 
Clayton Forrest Daugherty 
Nancy Lorraine Degener 
James Ball Dickson 
Jo Ann Dolley 
Erwin John Dorr, Jr. 
Stanley Eugene Downs 
Shirley Mae Dreuth, with High 

Honors in Speech 
Dorothy Marilyn Drewes, with High 

Honors in French 
David Arthur Duerwachter 
Peter Joseph Dunn 
Doris Watson Eastman 
John Bonar Eastman 
Geneve Marjorie Edwards 
Oscar Michael Ehrenberg 
Raymond Donald Eirich 
Stanley Lawrance Elkin, with 

Honors in English 
Raymond Fredrick Endress 
Thomas Eugene England 
Ann Erwood 
Ellen Louise Fales 
Mary A. Faletti 
Adah Adair Felix 
Joanne O'Kelly Ferguson, with 

Highest Honors in English 
William Evans Fife 
Irving Sidney Fishman, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Robert Leroy Foster 
Richard Osmer Fox 
Nancy Ann Fricke 
Robert William Fuelleman, with 

Honors in Sociology 
Jeanne Anne Fuller 
John Thomas Garrity 
William Manfred Gartman, with 

Highest Honors in German 
Joan Evelyn Gohde 
Charles Remington Goldman 
David Lloyd Gray 
Myron Greenman 
Salvatore Joseph Gualtieri 
Ronald Dean Gunn 
Judith Lu Haeck 
William Franklin Hanks 
Ernest William Hauser, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Joyce Heath, with Honors in Spanish 
Romuald Lucian Hejna 



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Marilyn Ann Helm, with Highest 

Honors in History 
Fred August Helmholz 
Barbara Boll Herndon 
Martin John Herzog 
Sydney Sue Hill 
Walter Theodore Holst 
Natalie Horowitz 
Bessye Louise Hout, with High 

Honors in History 
Margaret Louise Jackson 
David Louis Joel, with High Honors 

in English 
Barbara King Johnson 
Patricia Bartlett Johnson 
Roger Owen Johnson 
Ronald Conant Johnson 
[sola Nelson Johnston 
Joann Dayton Jones 
Walter Juszczyk 
Sherwood Benton Kains 
Vera Tihanovna Kanareff, with 

High Honors in Psychology 
Kirk Milton Kandle 
Mamie Elizabeth Kimbrough, with 

Honors in Sociology 
Richard Fredrick Koch, Jr. 
Irene Mary Kochnuk 
Barbara Jean Kozel 
Kathleen Campbell Ladley 
Leslie Laszlo 
Robert Carol Lauchner, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
William Hodge Layer 
Betty H. Leveen, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Ellis Sherwin Levine 
Gail Ward Lewis 
Chui-Hsun Liu, with Highest Honors 

in Political Science 
Thomas Joseph Logue 
Barbara Ann Theresa Lund 
Joan Tracy MacDonald 
James Edward Mackin 
Earle Arvey Malkin 
Thomas Reid Maloney 
Billie Joanne Mannhardt 
Barbara Marimon 
Robin LeRoy Markham 
Mary Joan Mathes, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
Jean McKay 

Patricia Ann Michelman 
Jean Middlemas, with High Honors 

in English 
Alan Gershan Miller, with High 

Honors in History 
Richard Keith Minor, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Edgar Allan Moser 
Alfred Edward Mossner 
John Raymond Mulligan 



James Allen Mumm 

James Arnol Newman 

John Nieminski, with High Honors 

in History 
Leslie Nixon 
William Steven Noonan 
Beverly Joan Norris 
Stephen Joseph O' Flaherty 
Edward Toshinobu Okubo, with 

High Honors in Political Science 
Mary Louise Oman 
Marcia Jean Oneal 
Greta Nadyne Orr 
Marjorie Randol Osborn 
Frances Margaret Pauksta 
Martha Elizabeth Penwell 
Alan Joseph Peshkin, with Honors 

in International Affairs 
Irene Amelia Peters 
Jean Sullivan Peterson 
Barbara Alice Pierson 
Marshall David Pines 
Nancy Barbara Greenberg Plotkin 
Nathan Plotkin 
Felicia Bieszczad Poczatek 
Robert Carl Potter 
Harvey Joseph Powers 
James Ward Pringle, with High 

Honors in History 
Hazel Shepherd Purnell 
Josephine Abbott Randolph 
Paul Edwin Ransdell 
Robert William Rogers 
James Rayburn Russell 
Peggy Joan Rust 
Charles Edward Ruth 
Walter Francis Sablack 
Shirley Anne Sanders 
Robert LeRoy Sands, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Robert Edward Sanner 
Gwen Jean Satterlee 
Mary Lou Schaeflein 
Caryl Frances Schaumberger 
Suzanne Louise Schmidt 
Alan Schoen 
Barbara Jean Scott 
Lloyd Morton Scott 
Elizabeth Lorraine Shaver 
Richard James Sichrovsky 
Ira David Simon 
Donald Orion Skiles 
Shirley Jeannine Smith 
Alan Lawrence Soffin, with Honors 

in English 
Peter Yutaka Sowa 
Marjorie Elaine Spafford 
Donald David Spak 
Donald Frederick Spille 
Vernon E. Stahlberg 
Dorothy Yvonne Stine 
Virginia Rose Sullivan 



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Carl Eugene S wen son 
Marabeth Ruch Taplin 
Nancy Julia Tegger, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
James Joseph Thomas 
Marie Rizzol Tiner 
Tomas Armann Tomasson 
John Carlin Tomme, Jr., with 

Honors in English 
Alfred Witney Travers 
Donald Leroy Troemel 
Peggy L. Turner 
Henry Lawrence Uhlenhop, Jr. 
Robert Jay Ulberg, with Honors in 

History 
Robert Emil Ulbricht 
Ann Lichtenwalter Underhill 
Elinor Ann Usher 
Cecille Warschaw 



Bruce Robert Wellek, with Honors 

in English 
Barbara Jean West 
Julia Louise Wieck 
Kenneth Earl Wilk 
Marion Jane Willis 
Donald Kenneth Wilson 
Margaret Jane Wilson 
Richard Harold Wilson 
Phyllis Louise Winkleblack 
Katherine Therese Wolcott, with 

Honors in Spanish 
Donald McCreery Wolfe 
Benjamin Edward Wolff 
Clifford Gilbert Wood, Jr., with 

High Honors in English 
Nancy Yuris 
Judith Ellen Zverow 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Jo Anne Brubaker 
Jeanne Frances Claeys 
Louise Amelia Goold, with High 

Honors 
Marilyn Pauline Hackman 
Joanne Hindmarsh 
Margaret Frye Holwick 
Evelyn Ann Kasperski 
Margaret Pflaum Larson, with High 

Honors 
Susan Ann Loving 
Gene Edison Lynn, with High Honors 



Grace Darling Maxwell 

Marjorie Anne Miller 

Shirley DeLoris Nelson 

Donald Roberts Pennington 

Carmen Pollack 

Alice J. Pushian 

Mary Catherine Riley, with Highest 

Honors 
Edward Joseph Smagacz 
Ralph Frederick Soelzer 
Cynthia Odessa Supples 
John Joseph Vizgirdas 



Barbara Ruth Baldus 
Ralph Irvin Johnson 
Phyllis Joan Monson 

Ellen Marion Salomon 



IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 



Mabel Ann Parker 
Rita Katherine Robbins 



IN THE TEACHING OF GERMAN 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



Eugene Donald Anderson 

Andrew Thomas Baier, with Honors 

Marjorie Mae Cleven, with Honors 

Nancy Rae Coffler 

Gloria Eileen Conway 

Jean Marilyn Hanson 

Geoffrey Lee Hawes 

Mary Ann Holdoway 

Robert LeRoy Hundt 

Justin Louis Kestenbaum, with 

Highest Honors 
Harry Clinton Lawton 
Janet Anne LeCuyer 
Patricia Jule Marks 



Eldon Clyde McKie, with Highest 

Honors 
William C. Miller 
Lucy Jane Moss 
James Bruce Neighbor, with High 

Honors 
Rose Marie Nancy Nygren 
Louis Michael Saab 
Virginia Mae Schneck 
Harold Dean Smith, with High 

Honors 
Lysander James Thompson, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Fred Zacek, with Highest 

Honors 



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IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 



Vera Lee Alderson, with High Honors 
Kathryn Ann Bean 
Philip Harry Bruno 
Dolores Melva Cam pen- 
James Leo Jacobs, with Honors 
Mary Anne Lee 
Betty Jean Leslie 



Emelda Emmeline Littleton, with 

High Honors 
Vincent Leo Lombardo 
Diane Davis Mallary 
Robert Edward Rexer, with Highest 

Honors 
Alice Modelle Worner 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Joann Ruth Friede Leona Loretta Sarton 

Joan Christine Ganczewski, with Sheila Rubin Wolinsky 

Highest Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



James Alfred Andersen, Jr. 

Norbert Pius Barr, with Honors 

Edward Dvorsky, Jr. 

Jerold Guon 

William Richard Gurolnick 

James Edward Johnson 

Roger Samuel Leiser, with Highest 

Honors 
Meynard Danny Levin 
John Richard Miller 
Stephen Joseph O'Flaherty 
Paul Eugene Parisot, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert John Pikaar 



Clifford Eugene Pocock, with Highest 

Honors 
Theodore Mitchell Rymarz 
Norman Bruce Sackrison 
Arthur Eric Schoepfer 
Robert Henry Schwaar, with Highest 

Honors 
Norman Blain Smith 
Ralph Stanley Svvingholm, with 

High Honors 
Kenneth Donald Walter 
Perry Tobin Ward 
William Arthur Warshaw^ 
Fredrick Robert Winter, with 

Highest Honors 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Jack Roger Anderson, with Honors 
William Donald Anderson, with 

Honors 
Lawrence Ray Blue 
Charles Robert Bunting 
William John Chambers 
William Clare Champion 
James Lewis Copeland 
Paul Leroy Creger, with Honors 
Charles W. Cremer 
Betty Ann Denk 
Clifford Lee Dickinson, with High 

Honors 
Donavon Lee Favre 
Steven Joseph Fitch 
Irene Marie Fox 

Gideon Fraenkel, with High Honors 
Dale Richard Hoff, with Highest 

Honors 
Constance Joan Hoffman 



Katherine Louise Junnila, with 

High Honors 
Rose Tse-ching Kao 
Dean Francis Keeley, with Highest 

Honors 
Joseph John Lagowski, with 

Honors 
Ivar Laos 
Andrew David Liehr, with Highest 

Honors 
Abraham Ernest Martin 
Edward Norvel Mills 
John George Nikelly, with Honors 
Margaret Casey Overhauser 
Joan Lorraine Schindler 
Robert Alvin Schreiber 
Masao Shoho 
Richard A. Simonaitis 
Joseph Wolinsky 
Harriet Helen Zimmerman, with 

High Honors 



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IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Donald Lester Abels 

Jack Abrams, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Dorothy Elizabeth Acuff 
Howard Philip Aidem 
Henryk Altschuller 
David Carver Anderson 
Marvin Antman 
Herbert Atanus 
Max Joseph Aubuchon 
Glenn Charles Bailey 
Joan Mary Bergeron 
Bernard Milton Bernstein 
Donald Aloysius Beyersdorf 
Lois Joanne Binder, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Owen Henry Bloodgood 
Barbara Joan Bogaard 
Donna Mae Bonar 
Enid Oresa Boothe 
Robert Harding Brough 
Norma Jeanne Buddenbaum 
Milton Richard Canfield 
Basil Joseph Cascio 
John Thomas Cizek, Jr. 
Barbara Jean Coffeen 
Suzann Miriam Cohen, with Honors 

in Bacteriology 
Tyler Eugene Coomer 
Dorothy Barbara Cooper, with 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Violet Lillian Darchun 
Richard Lee DeJarld 
Charles Richard Dellenback 
Robert Walter Deobler, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Richard Anton Diener 
Merle Dobry 
Roy Martin Dooley 
Vincent Thomas D'Orazio 
Philip James Dougherty, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Oliver Eduard Drummond 
James Erwin Dunn 
Judson Hugh Edidin 
Anna Ewankow 
Donald Raymond Eytcheson, with 

High Honors in Physiology 
Peter Joseph Farrelly 
Luan Felts 
Joan Figlewski 
Albert William Friedman 
George Theodore Fries 
Dawson William Gillaspy 
Edward James Glenwright 
Robert Lee Glossop 
Bert Fred Golden 
Hyman Goldman, with Honors in 

Psychology 



Arthur Goldrich 
Richard William Gordon 
Gerald Allen Gould 
Jean Bell Grabitz 
Edwin Greenblatt 
Robert Wayne Groah 
Joseph Paul Grzybek 
Barbara Ann Guy 
Edmund Richard Harnedy 
Charlotte Baker Harris, with 

High Honors in Mathematics 
Harvey Hart 
John Robert Hartman 
Harold Kenneth Hartung, with 

Honors in Psychology 
Patricia Joanne Hazleton 
Elsie Frances Heenan 
Yale Himelbloom 
Robert Melvin Hoffman 
John Scott Holladay, Jr. 
Herbert Arnold Hoover 
Donald Fred Huelke 
Marianna Jackson, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
Donald Robert Jeschke, with Honors 

in Psychology 
F. Harold Johnson 
Marguerite Cohen Johnson, with 

Highest Honors in Bacteriology 
Lela Mae Johnston 
Joan Edith Jones 

VlVIENNE JUCO 

Chizuko Kakita 

Eva Renate Kalish 

John William Kaminski 

Miles Frank Kasparik 

Burnell Elaine Keine 

Keith Alan Kelly 

Rose Midori Kimura 

James Edward Knott 

Alvin Korach 

Richard Lawrence Kosmala 

Paul Krichevsky 

Robert Herman Krueger 

Ralph William Kuehne 

Dan Kumarich 

Rosemary Lakowski 

Robert Lowell Lane 

Ralph Richard Layman, Jr. 

Arthur Libanoff 

Vivian Charlotte Lipman 

Ronald Clement Machen 

Edward Maibenco 

Owen Maller 

Karl Louis Marks 

Wilbur James Marshall, Jr. 

Dick J. Mayewaki 

Neal Thomas McDyer 

Betsy Stephan McGlone 



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James William McKinzie 

Ira James Mehlman, with Highest 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Thomas Arthur Meidinger 
William Robert Michael 
Gordon Nicholas Milroy 
Sherwin Mizell 
Joan Arden Mueller, with Highest 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Herbert Minoru Nakata 
Robert James Nast 
suhaila sabih nejib 
Mary Elizabeth Neu 
Elmer Neuhoff 
Ted Bernard Newman 
Delia Ann O'Neal 
Paul Preben Orkild 
Vera Mae Orsborn 
Leo Wilburn Parks, with Honors 

in Bacteriology 
Ernest Frank Plechaty 
Leonard Pom per 
William Carter Prescott 
Harvey LeRoy Pretula 
Eugene Joseph Prochaska 
John William Rago 
Robert Leach Reynolds 
George Rogala-Sobieszansky 
Roberta Elaine Rose 
Charles Sydney Rosenbarker 
Donald Weber Satterfield 
Jerral Sumner Seibert 
Scott Gilbert Shanks 
Norman Shapiro, with High Honors 

in Mathematics 

IN SPEECH 

Nedra Ruth Amerman 

Ruth Ann Baker, with Honors 

Rosa Lee Bernstein, with Honors 

Joan Pixley Bruder 

Donna Kay Thorsell Desch 

Dorothy Elizabeth Gemberling, with 

Honors 
Elizabeth Hope Ivens, with High 

Honors 
Carol Ann Kirby, with Honors 
Jean Anastasia McQuaid 
Donna Harriet Miller, with Honors 



Ralph Leland Shroyer 
Dale Victor Shuldes 
Velma June Siegle 
Gerald Woodrow Smith 
Donald Allen Sostock 
Robert Christie Spalding 
June Helen Sproul 
Byron Clifford Staffeld, Jr. 
Wilbur Lloyd Stevenson 
Jean Ann Stieglitz, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
William Gene Stone 
Eldon Harold Sund 
Edward Donald Sutoris 
Agnes Hannah Suzuki 
Joseph James Symon, with Honors in 

Zoology 
Jack Phillip Tull 
Robert Gordon Tull 
Morris Solomon Urkov 
Donald Robert Virzi 
George Wallace, Jr. 
George Gardner Ward, Jr. 
Eleanor Kay Warren 
David Edward Wayham 
William Michael Westfall 
Joseph Clifford Wilcox 
Paul Freeman Wilkinson 
Robert Lee Roy Wistort 
Lloyd Allen Witting 
Barbara Jeanne Woll 
Terrell Francis Yeager 
Mary Lee Zander 
Robert Louis Zang 

CORRECTION 

John Douglas Noll 

Suzette Mary Norland, with Honors 

Sarah Pleasants, with Highest 

Honors 
Virginia Marie Polzin, with Highest 

Honors 
Paul Anthony Rittmanic, with 

Honors 
Joyce Ann Thurber 
Joyce Sheila Weber 
Marian Mae Wolfe 



IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Roy Eugene Cameron Nevilyn Yvonne Nelson 

Janet Doris Freedman Ralph Asa Scott, Jr. 

Marion Dale Holloway Ruth Skolnick 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 

Michael Steven Uram, Jr. 



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IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 

Robert James Wheeler Frank William Zid 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Fred Edward Chappelear, with Honors Shirley Ann Donney, with High 
Olive Ann Connolly, with High Honors 

Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS AND THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Harry Austin Green, with Honors Edwin Ralph Stone 



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THE LIBRARY SCHOOL 

Candidates presented by Robert Bingham Downs, M.S., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Director of the Library School 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

George Thomas Couston, with Honors Jean Atleen Olson, with Honors 

Mignon Froman Esarey, with Honors Joan Katherine Pantke, with Honors 

Philip Wayne Lindell Lois Elma Stewart, with Honors 

Joanna Kung Ying Liu Takeo Urata 



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THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Willard B. Spalding, Ed.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



!N EDUCATION 



Shirley Ann Alverson 
Mary Virginia Ams 
Marjorie Lou Ardis 
Barbara Lou Barnhart 
La Verne Joan Battaglia, with 

Honors 
Ruth Edna Blaze 
Catherine Helen Braun 
Corinne Ann Brockmeier 
Opal Schoof Burgener 
Patricia Julia Cain 
Margaret Wildman Caughey 
Donna Jean Christiansen 
Narciza Ophelia Conrad 
Margaret Anne Connelly 
Margaret Louise Bues Cook 
Patricia Cunningham Cruthis 
Lois Saxenmeyer Eberhard 
Robert Edward Eckels 
Glendon Wade Elledge 
Izetta Roberta Fannings 
Joanne Corinne Foster 
Joann Barbara Frisk 
Delores Olga Gaydos 
Carol Diane George 
Mary Ann Halpin 
James Arnold Hefter 
Marcella Mae Jacobs 
Joann Phillips Jones 
Philip Blaine Kalar, Jr. 
Jacquoline Keesey 
Marilyn Humphrey Lykins 



Patricia Ann McNeil 

Elaine Mechalas 

Joyanne Blount Mills 

Mary Germaine Montel 

Gerie Louise Moriarty 

Evelyn Pauline Murphy 

Jerry Carol Newell 

Marilyn Ann North, with Honors 

Jessica Joanne Pavlik 

Lois Gretchen Pfab 

Ernest Leon Phillips 

Phyllis Jeanne Prust 

Phyllis Jean Roberts 

Barbara Ann Schleichert 

Margaret Ann Simpson, with Highest 

Honors 
Eugene Lester Small 
Leta Jane Small 
Lois Mueller Solem 
Margit Joanne Stroud, with Honors 
Helen Earleen Swanson 
John William Taylor, Jr. 
Clark Sherwin Tossy 
Jean Almira Ayres Towell 
Dolly Delphine Price Trimble 
Lois O'Brien Venzke 
Barbara Ann Reagen Weaver 
Shirley Lindsay Weisbrod 
Elmer Theodore Wessel 
Patricia Louise Wirth 
Marie Wygodski 



IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 

Naomi Frances Huston, with High Honors 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Barbara Maurine Dickinson 
Arlene Gorschen Epstein 
Lois Peurye 
Bareara Meyer Sublette 



Marguerite Tobin 
Alice Hastings Van Bebber 
Sherilyn Lee White 
Elizabeth Ann Williamson 



IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Alice Roberta Allen 

Dolores Jean Archer, with Honors 

Betty Joan Bradley 

Nancy Rita Buchanan 

Mary Louise Campbell 

Marilyn Helen Gilroy 

Donald Max Goff 



Roberta Minnette Hay 

Mary Louise Hedgcock 

Marley Joy Lazarus 

Evelyn Jean Levis 

Margaret Ann Marks 

Bonnie Rachel Masslich, with Honors 

YVETTE MEISLER 



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Esther Chaxey Nelson 
Richard Ram is 
Janet Remington 
Mary Virginia Rode 
Maryann Rotberg 
Lois Shirley Samuels 
Eleanor Marshall Schenck 
Clarissa Joanne Schuyler 



Leila Bozarth Soffin 

Hazel Wallace Stanislawsky 

Marilyn Mae Steidinger 

Barbara Jean Stout 

Joyce Thorell Swanlund 

Mary Lou Tribe 

Patricia Jean Turley, with Honors 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



Philip Paul Alongi 
Robert Earl Anderson- 
Raymond Franklin Beebe 
William Botho Lehman- 



Ferris Elmer McIntosh 
Norman Frederick Mitchell, 
Richard Henry Reichenbach 
Robert Wayne Waite 



J* 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Candidates presented by Paul Martin Green, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Delbert Allen Alexander 

John James Argoudelis 

Leroy Avram 

Raymond Edward Baker 

Theodore Banaszewski, with Honors 

Robert Raymond Baujan 

William Becker 

Townsend Eugene Blanchard 

Oliver Lamar Brewbaker 

John Harry Brooks 

Charles Donald Caughey 

Eugene Joseph Culbertson 

Hugh Wallace Currie 

Alexander Edward Dierkes 

Robert Gene Dossett, with Honors 

Carolyn Lou Dunk 

Thomas Peter Fleming, Jr. 

Jean Elizabeth Foyer 

Stanley Richard Freireich 

Harold William Fritz 

Richard Charles Gainer 

Richard Martin Goltermann 

Harold Lee Gourley 

Arthur Everett Gray 

Birdie Mae Green 

Bertill Albert Gustafson 

Charles Andrew Haag 

Charles Cornell Hanford 

Wesley Michael Harm 

Herbert Allan Heller 

Marvin Louis Henke 

John Dean Hooker 

Alduayne Monroe Johnson 

Ronald F. Jones 

Bydus Francis Kaiser, with Honors 

Richard N. Karras 

Jack Lee Kase 

Donald Vincent Kelly, with Honors 

Thomas Andrew Killoren, with 

Honors 
Louis Edward Krantz, Jr. 
Alfred Krumm 
Joseph Alfonso Krupski 
Richard Otto Kumpf, with Honors 



Walter Casimir Langner 
William Edward Larkin, Jr. 
Wallace John Larson, Jr. 
Ronald Robert LeVar 
Alfred Hillel Levine 
Martin Herman Levit 
Robert Bernard Lipschultz 
Hans Loeffler 
LeRoy Alfred Magnuson 
Beverley Jean McArdle 
Don Richard McGraw 
Carolyn Ann Moore 
Howard John Moye 
Sherrie Shigeko Nakagawa 
Otto Junior Niederbrach 
Franklin John Nienstedt, with 

Honors 
Robert Walter Opelt 
LeRoy William Pedersen 
Myron Millard Pennington 
William Earl Pierson, Jr. 
Robert Stanley Prusin 
Gerson Rubinstein 
Robert Andrew Joseph Rybicki 
LaRue Abraham Sanasarian 
George Hunt Schneider, with High 

Honors 
Joseph John Segatta 
Albert LeRoy Sennett 
Robert Frederick Sherman 
Martin Frank Sirvatka 
Frederick C. Solar 
Charles Marvin Stange, with Honors 
Robert F. Stencel 
Blaine Irwin Swartswalter 
Howard Lee Swiger 
Jack Donald Tebbenhoff 
Lawrence Tepper 
Vera Alice Tomcik 
Herman Udasin 
Edward Daniel Waadt 
Lonnie Leon Webb 
John Edward Weidert 
Floyd Wesley Windal, with Honors 



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IN ACCOUNTANCY AND MANAGEMENT 



Roy Donald Raemer 



IN BANKING AND FINANCE 



Robert Henry Cenek 
Herbert Arthur Dolowy 
Chanchai Leetavorn 
Harley Richard Lewin 



John Edward Marnul 

Frederick John Ruopp, with Honors 

Lawrence Raymond Vogt 



IN BANKING AND FINANCE AND MANAGEMENT 

Howard Clark Schneider 

IN COMMERCE AND LAW 



Robert Malcolm Bennett 
Robert Neil Corley 
Robert William Finfrock 



George Robert Mecherle 
Scherrill Wallace Weichbrodt 



IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 



John Arland Balagna, Jr. 

Delphine Frances Bartosiewicz 

Francine Jane Cassells, with Honors 

Ilyne Lois Durlacher 

Paul Bennett Gordon 

Alexander Kielbon 

Harry Thomas Lashmet, Jr. 



Edward John Moran 

Elizabeth Stewart Shoop 

Betty Jane Steele 

Roger Lee Swank, with Honors 

Geraldine Thompson 

Ann Marie Weltzien 

Carl Fredrick Workman 



IN ECONOMICS 



Ramon Minor Brinkman 

James Robert Cain 

Donald Maury Fairman 

Daniel Elias Fischheimer 

Ralph Henry Johnson, with Honors 

Charles Lee Johnston 

Alfred Gust a v Kaufman 

Karl Reynolds Lasseter 



Maxwell Donald Levine 
Clifford Leon Pond 
Peter Radeka 
Douglas Wayne Schimmel 
Delmar Raymond Schrumpf, Ji 
Richard Lawrence Sidener 
Myron Harris Skolly 
Charles Zachary Wilson, Jr. 



IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 



Harry Youngs Baxter 



IN ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
William Denson North, with High Honors 



IN FINANCE 



Joseph Roland Fenelon 
Thomas Norman James 



George Milton Jezek 



IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 



Richard Norton Galluzzo 
Carl Adolph Heldmaier 
Richard Guy Hrejsa 
Robert Merlin Kegley 
Edgar Emmanuel Lundeen, Jr. 



Henry Otto Busch 
Wylbur Nelsen Cazel 
Robert Walter Cooper 
Robert Shepard Cornell 
Theodore John Damianos 



Raymond William O'Loughlin, Jr. 
Stanley Charles Poremba 
Fred Simon Rehagen 
Charles Christian Wiedling, with 
Honors 



IN MANAGEMENT 



William Andrew Dionesotes 
Charles William Doering 
David Kay Er win- 
Sidney Field, with Honors 
Joseph Allen Garza 



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Charles Richard Graham 

Gary Gillette Gray 

David Arthur Gullette 

John Alfred Halbeck 

William Gordon Heise 

Donald Joseph Herman 

George Herbert Holley 

Robert Allan Husmann 

Arnold Bruce Keesal 

Thomas Charles Luttier 

Norman Riley McGirk 

Philip George Myers 

Joseph Edward Chester Niewiadomy 



John Alden Pelletier, Jr. 
Robert John Penn 
Robert Paul Riggins 
Charles William Russello 
Charles Edgar Schmidt 
Raymond Stanley Vance 
Roger William Verley 
Joseph Anthony Weber, Jr., with 

High Honors 
George Wickstrom, Jr. 
Peter Joseph Zammuto 
Raymond Walter Ziemnik 



IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING 



William Kerwin Bone 
George Francis Bower 
John William Dau, Jr. 
William Frederick Hohman 
George Edward Morpurgo 
William Robert Niesen 



William Donald Osherman 

Raymond Andrew Pers 

Jack Rosen 

George Joseph Spinozzi 

Robert Howard Trost, with Honors 

Bruce Emery Woodruff 



IN MARKETING 



Benjamin Lawrence Abruzzo 
Jay Morton Atkins 
William Walter Barrick 
Carlton Russell Bates 
Ronald Earl Batterham 
Edward Israel Blum 
John James Bowman 
Dean Allyn Bussart 
Walter Ora Byerly 
Fred Morton Caplan 
Gile Richard Christiansen 
Donald Jay Cleveland 
Edward Joseph Cole 
Charles Elwood Countiss 
James Allen Cummings 
David Miller DeWind 
William Delaney Driscoll 
Kenneth Roger Dunnivant, with 

Honors 
Stanley Ethan Durin 
John Charles Felten 
Rodney Adams Fletcher 
Robert John Gaschler 
Armand Genewitch 
Richard Bancroft Gibbs 
David Jay Gould 
Allan James Gregor 
Herbert John Gregor 
Harold Pinckney Hayes 
David Jack Hensler, with Honors 
Julius Herbert Heydorn 
Benjamin Hooks, Jr. 
Charles Edmund Ireland 
Jerome Wayne Johnson 
John Daniel Karraker 
Barbara Elaine Katz 
Peter Herbert Kleinebrahn 



Eugene Kramer 
George Theodore Kramer 
Barbara Jane Kuschmann 
Richard Duane Lambert 
Charlene Pearl Landsberg, with 

Honors 
Mason Carter Layman 
Burton Howard Levy 
Harland Bruce Lewin 
Warren Marek 
Wesley Marek 
Richard Henry Mason 
Harold Francis Mayotte 
Alfred Adrian Meyers, with Honors 
James Vernon Morgan 
Malcolm Irwin Nachbar 
Marilyn Lee Newtson 
Daniel Sherman Nielsen 
Donald Lee Nish 
Yerner Lee Page 
Peter Cole Palmer 
Rollin Frank Payne 
Joan DeLois Potter 
Ray Oscar Prigge 
Ross Prio, Jr. 

George Alexander Raica, Jr. 
Edward Stanley Rimkus, with Honors 
Allen Jay Sabath, with High Honors 
Allen Lindenthal Schimberg 
Don Roy Smith 
Edward William Soliday 
John Bruce Stoneberg 
Richard Ray Stouffer 
Cynthia Ryrie Swanson 
William Nicholas Thalman 
Roy Verne Van Buskirk 
Albert Harry Walters 



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Burton Jack Wasserman Xorman Wiese Willoughby 

Lawrence Paul Wayne Barbara Ellen Winklepleck 

Lloyd Eugene Webber James William Yokem 

Clifford Leo Weidner John Richard Youngs 

IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Howard Euot Shapiro, with Honors 

IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 

Marie Nelson Bartkiewicz Patricia Ann O'Byrne 

Virginia Mott Kraabel 



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THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 



Candidates presented by Fredrick Seaton Siebert, A.B., J.D. 
Director of the School of Journalism and Communications 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 



Charles Richard Allen 

Martha Nelle Allen 

Harvey Marvin Andersen 

Robert Hamilton Bacon 

Janice Norine Beaumont 

Maximilion Sigmund Beschloss 

Morris Richard Beschloss 

Carl Wilbur Borklund 

Kenneth Wellman Boub 

Carlton Ralph Brown, with Honors 

John Leland Chandler 

Marcus Frederick Christensen, with 

High Honors 
Floyd Robert Collins 
Mary Jane Corrie 
Philip Dean Crosby 
Hans Arthur Deutsch, with Honors 
Margaret Ann Dolan 
Joseph Daniel Dorgan 
Bruce Richard Drake 
Marshall Van Dusenbury 
Francis Guido Folena 
Mary Jane Fouts 
Edward Louis Friedman 
Garland Gibson Fritts 
Phillip Curwood Galer 
Albert David Geller 
Donald Joseph Frank Gnidovic 
Carol Edith Grahn 
Clyde Leroy Grimm, Jr. 
George William Grosskopf 
Nancy Jo Haas 
Muriel Joy Herzberg 
Dale La Verne Hileman 
Phyllis Jean Hoerr 
Abbey Eleanore Johnson 
Dorothy Carol Jones 
Harold Dean Knudson 
Marilyn Constance Kwinn 
Chris William Lecos 
Stephen Samuel Lehner 
Clinton Goodrich Lewis 



Rosalie Caroline Lewis 

Francis Marvin Livermore 

James Annand Luke 

Elizabeth Anne Lyman 

Margaret Ann MacDonald 

Barbara Ann Marquardt 

Larry Lee Meck 

Marilyn Jean Meyer, with Honors 

Ardis Ann Miller 

Raymond Boniface Molitor 

Peter Joseph Moore, Jr. 

Earl Richard Moses, Jr. 

Leland Wilson Myers 

Nancy Anne Neckers, with Honors 

Carol Ruth Nicholson 

Leta Ann Ornellos 

Richard McVea Peritz 

Kenneth Charles Podalsky 

Everett Gene Pool 

Barbara Corbett Riedel 

John Warren Robinson, Jr. 

Emily Jennie Ryglewicz, with Honors 

Charles Edward Scharafin 

Irma Marie Schickedanz, with 

Honors 
Marilyn Faye Schnirring 
William Henry Schroeder 
Norman Louis Schuler, with Honors 
Albert Clayton Selsor 
Shirley Jean Sered 
James Carl Shelton 
Charles William Shepherd 
Delores Jean Smith 
Anne Sonopol 
Richard Eugene Stanley, with 

Honors 
Bruce Linden Still 
Bruce McCormick Sublette 
Rosemary Anne Tweedell 
Camille Frances Valerio 
Rosemary Claire Watkins 
Eugene George Windchy 



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THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

Candidates presented by Rexford Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch. 
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 

Robert Garland, Jr. Clark Erwin Merrick 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Charles Edward Banks 
Russell Charles Bennett, with 

Honors 
Robert Gabrial Berlow 
John O. Bolam, Jr. 
William Adams Buck 
Philip Joseph Calandrino 
Wilbur Glen Carlson 
John Henry Dabbert, with Highest 

Honors 
Ronald Keith DeLap 
Harlan Henry Dufer, with Honors 
Kenneth William Ekman 
James Edward Erbach 
William Paul Erickson, Jr. 
Donald Jean Fears 
John Arthur Frazier 
Marvin Jerome Goldblatt, with 

Honors 
James Alan Henderson, with High 

Honors 
Stanley Walter Jachec 
Richard Joseph Jiskra 
J. Robert Johnsen 
Albert Sidney Johnston 
Ludwik Koncza 



Karl Arthur Krause 

William Hart Lane 

Michael Paul Lattyak 

Robert William LeMessurier 

Walter Henry Lewis 

John Matthew Lindahl 

John Philip Locke 

Thomas Curt Lundeen, with High 

Honors 
Ronald Alexander Maina, with 

Honors 
John Donald Martin 
Norman Henry Meyer, with Honors 
Panayiotis Demetrius Pharmakidis 
Harlan Albert Pratt 
Harold Stutler Schofield 
Arthur Max Seitz 
Roger Allen Smith 
Robert Dale Stillions 
Walter Hart Surran 
Alfred Sidney Swendson 
Louis Emil Trinko 
Scott Wallace 
John Ross Wear 
Sumner Babcock Weiss 



IN ARCHITECTURE 



William Richard Baker 
Edward Frank Blicharski 
Leroy Wilbur Bonesz 
Edward Stanley Buczkowski 
Jerome Roger Butler, Jr. 
James Harold Cannon, Jr. 
Thomas Wesley Claridge 
William Frederick Doemland, with 

Honors 
John Paul Eberhard, with Highest 

Honors 
Delbert Raymond Engblad 
Leonard F. Fisher 
William Joseph Gavin 
Eugene Frank Gilstrap 
Walter Edgar Green, Jr. 
Paul Husby Halverson 
Arthur Neal Helander 



Arthur Christian Hoelck, with 

Honors 
Jane Marie Jacobsen 
Donald Edmund Kaminski 
Victor Adkins Kibler 
Edward Franklin Koehler 
Frederick Theodore Kubitz, with 

Honors 
David Joseph Kurka 
William Kirby Lockard 
Richard Glenn Lundgoot 
Augusto Tono Martinez 
Alan Merrill McHenry, 

Honors 
Robert J. Offringa 
George Alfred Parenti 
Paul Edward Pulliam 
Terry Grant Quinn 



with 



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Donald Russell Robertson 
Richard Sheldon Rose 
Carroll Christopher Rudd, III 
James John Schalk 
Howard Ethan Schersten, with 

Highest Honors 
Charles David Spear 



Frederic Joseph Tresnak 
Thomas Marshall Waggoner, with 

High Honors 
Eugene A. Wedell 
Stewart Calvin Wolf 
Harold Leon Wright 
Frank Coolidge Zancanella 



IN LANDSCAPE OPERATION 



John Ralph Synnestvedt, Jr. 



Marvin Edward Wehler 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Willedotte Brix 

Jean Ann Carr 

Carolyn Johnson Clark, with Highest 

Honors 
LeRoy Edward Duncan, with High 

Honors 
Marshall Dean Erickson 
Sheldon Stadel Frank 
Lawrence Nevin Gnagey 
Frances Mae Gourley, with High 

Honors 
Carolyn Betty Hedberg 
Germania Muenzer Heverly 
Fern Hodge, with High Honors 
Joanne Holt 
Robert Gordon Howell 
Mary Louise Jackson, with Honors 
Richard Merle Kamm, with High 

Honors 



Suzanne Kurrus 

Albert Louis Lundgren 

Marilyn Madge Luther, with Honors 

Allie Jane Miller 

John Phillip Mueller 

Carol Eleanor Nelson, with Honors 

Jacqueline Myrtle Nelson 

Marilyn Lydia Petterson 

Wilber Ivan ReVeal 

Wayne Franklin Richards, with 

High Honors 
Carol G. Shoff, with High Honors 
David Rae Smith, with Honors 
Robert Clifford Smith 
John Harper Swickard 
Byron Orville Windsor 
Pearl Annette Wood, with High 

Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 



IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 



William Allan Fetter 
George Elmsley Nelson 
Jeanne Margaret Schlacks 
Harold Alan Schweig, Jr. 
William Walfred Uitto 



Harry Burton Voigt 
Dorothy Jeanne Wilkey 
Jay Herman Williams 
Alan Robert Segal 



IN ART EDUCATION 



Lucile Adams, with High Honors 
Marion Caldwell 
Jean Taylor Casson 
Calvin Lewis Gore 
Virginia Lee MacDonald 



Marion Carol Newport 

Faith Jane Pechman 

Regina Marie Reynolds, with Honors 

Mary Esther Rosebraugh 

Margie Janis Woolard 



IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 



Roy Lee Brenner 
Walter Adolph Godlewski 
Donald Edward Klein 



Harry Edison Mead 
Davey M. Packer 
Barbara Ann Wagoner 



IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

Edward George Schumacher Bradley Bennett Taylor, with High 



Nancy Lou Seith, with Highest 
Honors 



Honors 

Brenton Harold Wadsworth, 
High Honors 



with 



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IN PAINTING 



Robert Edward Andermann 

Glenn Eugene Bischof, with Honors 

Nicholas Winter Bridge 

Donald Herbert Brodie, with Honors 

Nancy Lou Engle 

Edmund Rienhold Kanwischer 

Paul Steven Koster 

Shirley Langham 



Virginia Joyce Olson, with Honors 

Dolores Edna Pye 

Barbara Jean Tozier, with Highest 

Honors 
Ernest Joseph Velardi, Jr., with 

Honors 
Roger Anthony Welchans 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Jack Lee Biggers 

Janet Siem Fisher, with High Honors 
Charles Allen Gove, with High 
Honors 



Theodore Charles Lange, with Honors 
George Hazard Lucktenberg, with 

Highest Honors 
Andrew Ronald Mikita 



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THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Seward Charle Staley, Ph.D. 
Director of the School of Physical Education 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN HEALTH EDUCATION 



Harold Carl Gustafson 
Paul Preston Hartman 



Raymond Marshall Taylor 



IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Robert John Avery 
Trinity Ann Bauer 
Robert John Blessing, Jr. 
James Wesley Bokenkamp 
Roslyn-Mae Boxerman 
Robert Charles Brogren 
Millicent Gloria Brown- 
Barbara Ann Bryngelson- 
Alverne Eunice Burke 
Richard Wayne Calisch 
Richard Long Campbell 
Lois Jeanne Cederberg 
Walter Cryer 
Gene Wagoner Decker 
Ronald Henry Detlefsen 
Erling Oliver Ellingson 
Richard Wesley Ems 
Phillip VanLoon Evans 
Frances Anne Falcon 
Jacquelyn Wilde Fears 
Wilma Rose Flower 
Mack Rupert Follmer 
John Richard Herbert George 
Myrna Anne Hale- 
Ronald Lee Heberer 
Richard Harvey Jenkins 
Vernon Sevander Johnson 
Naomi Ruth Katz " 
Robert Gene Kidd 
Nancy Claire Koe 



Delores Jane Beeson 
Raymond James Catan 
Phyllis Ann Kenney i 



Lawton Bickly Lamb 

Adam Lazar 

Willard Earl Lazier 

Charles William Lee 

Clinton Carey Longshore 

John William Loss, Jr. 

Frances Mae McGovern- 

Eugene Wayne McNally 

Joan Dolores Mieschke, 

Milo Eugene Myers 

Ted Yukio Okita 

Richard Edward Read 

Sammy Joseph Rebecca 

Catherine Emma Reinecke ^ 

Paul William Repke 

Jane Caryl Reske 

Robert Alexander Rylowicz 

Martin Wilmer Schwartz 

Edith Marie Short v 

Ralph H. Steele 

Donald James Stevens 

Shirley Mae Katherine TreadwaYi/ 

Charles Ulrich, Jr. 

Ralph Rudolph Valentino 

Roger George Vliet 

Evelyn Irene Wahls-- 

Frank David Walenga 

Richard Donald Wangerow 

Fred Wappel 

John Edward Wedel 



IN RECREATION 



William Putnam Milne 
Elizabeth Langston Ricks 
William Robert Willis 



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THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



Candidates presented by Frank Bridgewater, M.S. 
Acting Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Elwood Thomas Ankrum 

Richard Alden Atwood 

Ray Gordon Baker, with Honors 

John Wayne Beck 

Bruno Roberto Bonn 

Glen Eric Boquist 

John Patrick Bowman 

Murrell Allen Boyd, with Honors 

Max Clinton Brubaker 

Paul Alfred Camm 

Jack Chase 

Robert Donald Chlup 

Benjamin Bruce Clark 

William Thomas Cunningham 

Richard Stanley DeWitt 

Earl Harry Dixon 

Luther Trevelyn Evers 

John Wayne Ever sole 

James Pickering Fortney 

Willard Floyd Gates, Jr. 

Melvin E. Hartzler, Jr. 

Robert Eugene Hoover 

Warren Ulysses Hueler 

Rose Eileen Jennings 

Carl Russell Johnson 

Lawrence Lee Johnson 

Fred Lawrence Kath 

Robert Burton Kerby 

Theodore Ernest Kjellstrom 

Jacob Jack Klay 

John Raymond Klussendorf 

John Andrew Langlois 



Donald Laverne Lewis 

William Dwight Lieb 

Forrest Lynn Gale Luster 

Edmund Thaddeus Mazur, Jr. 

Joseph Thomas McCarron 

Raymond Richard McCumber 

George Timothy McMahon 

James Arthur Meyers 

Joseph Ray Michalski 

Harold Frank Mittel 

Rudolph Innocenzo Moz 

David Francis Mulliken 

Robert Stuart Nance 

Roger Julius Patzer 

Harry Gustav Peterson 

William Braxton Phillips, Jr. 

William Elliott Poulin 

James Evans Rouse 

Robert William Smith, with Highest 

Honors in History 
Lloyd Elmer Stanley 
Frederick Green Suria, Jr. 
William Alfred Syverson 
Phillip Joseph Testa 
John Theodore Thompson 
Wayne Eugene Tipsword 
Andy Triantos 
James Paul Tushaus 
Henry Merrick Walker 
Roger Earl Wieland 
James Frederick Wilson 



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THE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 

Candidates presented by Robert Graham, B.S., D.V.M. 
Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Harold Herman Bahe 
Arthur Allyn Bottorff 
Elwin Ernest Branz 
Denzil Ellis Dees 
John Cortlan Elder 
Walter Leo Fehrenbacher 
Thomas Mason Folkerts 
Frederick Ernest Fricke 
Allan Lee Graham, with Honors 
Thomas Joseph Gunhouse 
Ralph Franklin Hall, Jr. 
Harold John Heffernan 
Frederick Black Hembrough 
Glenn Gustave Hintermeister 
Robert Clyde Huff 
John David Lykins 
Harold Clarence McCutchan, with 
High Honors 



Ralph David McQueen, with Honors 

John Wendell Merrick 

James Herman Nadler, with Honors 

Walter Nehrkorn 

Louis Franklin Ohlendorf 

Jesse Payne, Jr. 

William Prusaczyk 

Jewell Dean Schlapp 

Ira Lake Seigel, Jr. 

Edward Marion Shinn 

Stanley Ross Spesard 

Donald Ralph Strombeck 

Raol J. Taft 

Theodore Lowell Wagy 

Edwin Kell Wilkin 

James Gerald Zabin 

Walter Edward Zuschlag 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



John Robert Baker 
Robert Gerald Bramel 
Robert Frank Butzow 
Kenneth Dwight Campbell 
John McClure Carroll 
George Fred Fehrenbacher 
Richard Bernard Fink 
William Paul Hendren 
William George Huber 
Cecil Richard Johnson 
Boyd Berton Knuppel 
Robert Allen Latham, Jr. 



Charles Edgar Lindley 
Harry Adolph Loeffler 
Clifford Edwin Loomis 
Earl Edwin Lutz, with Honors 
Edward Clarence Murphy 
William Morgan Newton 
Raymond Edgar Olsen 
Harold Irving Patterson 
George Clifford Scott 
William Kenneth Specht 
Oliver Wilbert Stowe 
Robert Frederic Whalen 



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PRIZES AND AWARDS 



Alpha Lambda Delta Prize 
Mary Catherine Riley 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
Thomas Marshall Waggoner 

American Institute of Architects 
School Medal 
Howard Ethan Schersten, First 
John Paul Eberhard, Second 

American Institute of Chemists 
Medal 
Dale Richard Hoff 

American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers Prize 
Alfred Hedley Donahoe 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Illinois Section: 

John Robert Jombock 

Emory Leland Kemp, Jr. 

Central Illinois Section: 

Lawrence David Humbard 

Ronald Main a 

James Payton Roberts 

American Society of Landscape 
Architects Certificate 
Nancy Lou Seith 

American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers Prize 
Ralph Olin Virene 

Ira O. Baker Prizes in Civil 
Engineering 
Harry S. Hillmax 
Emory Leland Kemp, Jr. 

Chi Omega Prize in Sociology 
Eugenia Pacqa Jaeger 

Delta Theta Epsilon Award in 
Physical Education 
Richard Wayne Calisch 

Edward C. Earl Prizes in 
Structural Theory and 
Design 
John Henry Dabbert, First 
James Alan Henderson, Second 
Norman Henry Meyer, Third 



English Poetry Prize 
Ralph Jay Johnson 
John Raymond Mulligan 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Charles Warren Zimmerman 

Harker Prize in Law 
Philip Everett Peterson 

Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, 
Inc. Awards 
William Dean Greenfield 
Fred Charles Hall 

Institute of Radio Engineers 
Award in Electrical 
Engineering 
Elwood Rae Schmidt 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 
Constance Joan Hoffman 

Kappa Delta Pi Award in 
Education 
Elizabeth Goodell Rump 

Omicron Nu Plaque in Home 
Economics 
Justine Kay Ebert 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 
Ronald Alexander Maina, First 
Norman Henry Meyer, Second 
Sydney Barbara Berry, Third 

Abram Leon Sachar Prize in 
History 
Eldon Clyde McKie 

St. Louis Advertising Club 
Awards 
Robert Hamilton Bacon 
Irma Marie Schickedanz 

Sigma Delta Chi Citation of 
Achievement 
Marcus Frederick Christensen 

Theta Sigma Phi Award in 
Journalism 
Nancy Anne Neckers 



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University of Illinois 



DEGREES 
CONFERRED 



FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952 



OCT J. 



To the Graduating Class 



SUMMER SESSION 1952 



In the three graduating periods of 1952 — February, June, 
and August — the University has awarded a total of 4,420 
degrees ! This is a group as big as the total student body of 
many colleges. 

There is a dramatic impact to this size for the excellent 
reason that it has been reached without a lowering of standards. 
Many an "old grad," concerned about the way the University 
has grown, would have trouble with the problems and examina- 
tions you have mastered. 

At the same time, no other students have had better char- 
acter references ! Many of you returned from military service 
worried about the sudden adjustment to academic life. But your 
influence on other students and staff members alike has been 
salutary. 

We are deeply moved by the departure of so many veterans. 
We salute you for that extra measure of devotion that has kept 
you here against all temptation to leave before finishing. The 
most exciting half century in world history lies before you. It 
will make heavy demands on your ability to think. 

You must realize — all of you — that in graduating from 
the University of Illinois, you are becoming alumni for life. 
We will rejoice and be proud of your achievements. We will 
join in your sorrows and disappointments. We want you to 
participate in the affairs of your University, for alumni mean 
much to its future. 

All this involves a dual responsibility. Here at the campus, 
we will do everything within our power to maintain your Uni- 
versity as one of the great educational institutions of the world. 
We want you to be as proud of your University as it is of you. 
Wherever you go, whatever you do, remember that Illinois 
claims you as a son or daughter. 

May you always remember your Alma Mater with sincere 
affection ! 



~%^^fc^* S?* 






PRESIDENT 



THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

Robert Wendell Conde, A.B., 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Norma Harrison Austin, B.S., 1950 

Isabelle Bennett, A.B., Elmhurst College, 1944 

Gunnar Arthur Benson, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1949 

Fred Hall Brown, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1949 

Tamar B. Scott Burch, A.B., MacMurray College, 1937 

Grace Marian Bydalek, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1942 

Virgie Robinson Carroll, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1948 

Lucy Dail Christian, A.B., 1946 

Martha Ann Craig, B.S., Olivet College, 1946 

Jewel Keaton Hemingway, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1943 

Robert Worley Hendricks, B.S., 1948 

Clarence Applegate Henning, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1934 

Darrell L. Moses, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1950 

Dorothy Watkins Moses, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1946 

Elizabeth Ann Ohlweiler, A.B., Washington University, 1943 

Max Virgil Parsons, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1940 

Nona Hart Read, A.B., Illinois College, 1946 

Phyllis Smith Shields, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1948 

Sister Mary Mercita Meier, A.B., Loretto Heights College, 1946 

James Cecil Smith, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1942 

Rockwell Leslie Stowell, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Marjorie Wilson Stromquist, A.B., 1941 

Mary Lucille Thackaberry, A.B., 1948 

Gladys Marguerite Wiskamp, A.B., 1944 

Fern Coleman Wolfe, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1936 

IN ENGLISH 

William Bullard Newcomb, A.B., 1949 

Horton Edward Presley, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1948 

James Whitcomb Witte, A.B., 1951 

Marguriete Elizabeth Yarber, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1944 

IN FRENCH 

Jacqueline Cecile Elliott, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Sister Mary Georgia Perreault, B.S., St. Louis University, 1932 

IN GEOGRAPHY 
Dale Joseph Flinders, A.B., Morningside College, 1939 

IN GERMAN 
Carl Edward Carrier, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1950 

IN HISTORY 

Robert Milton Albert, A.B., 1950 

Nancy Lou Armitage, A.B., Lindenwood College, 195 1 

Russell Wynton Bane, Jr., B.S., 1940 

Esther Irene Carlson, A.B., Gustavus Adolphus College, 195 1 

Charles Marston Carpenter, A.B., Centre College, 1936 



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Robert Bruce Moore, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 
Nathan Smith, A.B., Roosevelt College, 195 1 
Curtis Leo Twichell, A.B., Shurtlefr College, 1951 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Louis Sunday Boffo, B.S., Kent State University, 1946 
Robert Wayne Fox, B.S., 195 1 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Aubyn Freed, A.B., Clark University, 1949 

Robert Koji Tasaka, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN PHILOSOPHY 
Hugh Emmett Hart, A.B., 1950 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Charles Thomas Newman, A.B., Beloit College, 1951 
Beryl Erwin Pettus, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1947 
Robert Holt Salisbury, Jr., A.B., Washington and Lee University, 195 1 
Gordon Lichty Shull, A.B., Manchester College, 1946; B.D., Yale University, 
1951 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Kevin George Coltman, B.S., 1951 

William R. Lyons, B.S., DePaul University, 1949 

William Walter Preikshat, Jr., B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1950 
Samuel Edward Ross, A.B., Olivet Nazarene College, 1950 
MONROE Melford Yearby, A.B., Southern University, 1948 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Doris Wilson Barr, A.B., Indiana University, 1944; M.S., Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1947 
Melvin Theodore Bobick, A.B., 1948 
Milton Cameron Oman, B.L., Rutgers University, 1949 
Lawrence Harold Streicher, B.S., 1950 

IN SPEECH 

Rosemary Bernard, B.S., Ohio University, 1950 

Morris Ray Bogard, Ph.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 

Marie Louise Everson, A.B., Concordia College, 1949 

Evan Paul Jordan, A.B., Indiana University, 1948 

Keith Harris Kartman, A.B., Iowa State University, 1951 

Joy Anne Redfield, A.B., University of Wichita, 1949 

IN STATISTICS 

Vinnie Hicks, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 
Raymond Joseph Twery, B.S., 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

William Gordon Hibsch, A.B., 1943 
Albert Loth Youngquist, A.B., 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

Betty Rosalie Montrose, B.S., 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Kenneth Levon Camp, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 



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THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

John Albert Dungan, B.S., 1951 

James Herbert Hurt, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Ernest John Nassos, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

William Otto Ackermann, Jr., B.S., 1951 
Sanga Purna Chandrasekher Rao, B.S., 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Barkat Ali Azhar, B.S., Agricultural College (Lyallpur, Pakistan), 1948 
Walter Lavon Wilson, B.S., 1949 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
James Ray Fox, B.S., 1948 

IN AGRONOMY 

Charles Loren Rhykerd, B.S., 195 1 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Talmadge Seab Nelson, B.S.A., University of Arkansas, 1951 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Joe Edward Grier, B.S., Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina, 
1949 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Arthur Walter Peabody, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1950 
John Walter Tyson, B.S., Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina, 
1950 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

Tarik Suleyman Kaynor, B.S., 1951 
John Gordon Replinger, B.S., 1949 
James Arthur Scheeler, B.S., 195 1 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

Makoto Fukuda, B.S., 195 1 

IN BOTANY 

Dean Francis Cortright, B.S., 195 1 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

James Meikle Day, B.S., University of New Hampshire, 1945 
Arthur Woods Helwig, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1950 
Charles Robert Thomas, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1951 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Victor Daniel Aftandilian, A.B., Whitman College, 195 1 
Stanley Anthony Bartkiewicz, B.S., Indiana University, 1951 
Daryle Hadley Busch, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1951 
Aldo Joseph Crovetti, Jr., A.B., Lake Forest College, 1951 
Donn Duane Darsow, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1950 
Joseph Edward Dunbar, B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1949 
Fabian Tien-Hwa Fang, B.S., National Central University, 1949 
William Sheffield Friedlander, A.B., Dartmouth College, 195 1 
Richard Lynn Johnson, B.S., Rollins College, 1951 
Robert Joseph Lokken, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1951 
Harold Joseph Matsuguma, A.B., University of Hawaii, 195 1 

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Robert Dean McFeeters, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 

Joseph Daniel McGrath, B.S., St. Ambrose College, 1939 

Thomas Roscoe Moore, A.B., DePauw University, 1951 

Robert Lee Rebertus, B.S., Central College, 1951 

Roland Russell Stephens, B.S., Bob Jones University, 1951 

Henry Carl Terford, B.S., Monmouth College, 1951 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Jaime Fernandez, Civil Engineer, Universidad Nacional, 1950 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Frank Pressly Shannon, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1947 

IN ECONOMICS 

Leonall Clemmen Andersen, B.S., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1949 

IN EDUCATION 

Lela Mae Adams, B.S., Bradley University, 1929 

William Roy Allen, B.S., 1941 

Robert Harold Bennett, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Howard Marcus Berline, A.B., Illinois College, 1941 

William Harris Berry, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1936 

Carl Willis Brink, B.S., 1950 

Joseph D. Bryson, B.S., Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanical 

Arts, 1928 
Kenneth Dean Cheeley, B.S., 1946 

Patricia Ann Chesebro, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1945 
Gerald Monroe Chestnut, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947 
Lucile Coulter, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1932 
George Archer Cross, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1946 
Jeremiah Edward Curl, B.S., 1947 

Rush Darigan, Jr., B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Collin Lingle Davis, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Leona Dickey, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 
Harold William Dodd, B.S., 1935 
Harry Edward Engel, B.S., 1943 
Bernard Lyle Finley, B.S., 1941 

Thomas Joseph Fitzpatrick, Jr., A.B., Knox College, 1947 
Marion Fielden Fox, A.B., 1949 
Robert Bruce Garrity, B.S., 1949 
Durward Mac Geer, B.S., 1937 
Roberta Jo Coale Glick, B.S., 1949 

Elmer K. Hansen, B.S., State Teachers College (River Falls, Wisconsin), 1938 
Cor win Arnold Hellmer, B.S., State Teachers College (Platteville, Wisconsin), 

1947 
Lewis Wayne Hodgson, B.S., 1947 
Louis Melvin Irons, B.S., 1950 
Letha Frances Jaggers, B.S., Lincoln College, 1929 
Naomi Knighton, A.B., Lincoln Memorial University, 1945 
Helen Elizabeth Krumsiek, B.S., 1947 

Homer Carlyle Kuethe, A.B., University of Colorado, 1947 
Wanda Jean Leach, B.S., 1948 
William Andrew Lewis, B.S., 1949 
Paul Edward Longenbaugh, B.S., 1949 
William Henry Lubben, B.S., 1939 
Abbie Louvasia Hampton Martin, B.S., 1940 

Hubert Glenn Maynard, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1949 
George Walter Mays, Jr., B.S., 1950 

Perry Edwin McIntosh, B.S., James Millikin University, 1943 
Donald Ewing McReynolds, B.S., 1942 
Arthur Yeness Meadors, B.S., 1933 
William Harvey Millspaugh, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1947 

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Martha Sawyer Moomaw, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1944 

James Conrad Nelson, B.S., 1950 

Lois Hickok Nelson, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1944 

Margaret Long Nesti, A.B., Oxford College for Women, 1927 

Ronald Delbert Nicely, B.F.A., Bradley University, 1949 

William LeRoy Olsen, Jr., B.S., James Millikin University, 1947 

Basil Grover Osborn, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1936 

Eddie Dixie Palmer, B.S., Hampton Institute, 1938 

George Lavern Patrick, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1946 

Joseph George Pawlowski, B.S., 1943 

Mary Louise Gladden Perry, B.S., 1935 

Alice Peterson Petrica, A.B., Hunter College, 1947 

Margaret Irene Piper, B.S., Geneva College, 1931 

Clara Pixley, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1946 

Julia Stutts Polk, A.B., Jackson College (Mississippi), 1931 

Oa Jett Poynter, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947 

Cloria Mai Pye, B.S., Lincoln University, 1946 

Mary Barco Rainey, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1942 

Charles Edward Ransford, B.S., 1950 

Florence Elizabeth Ray, B.S., 1948 

Harold Otho Redicks, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

George Lee Reid, Jr., B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1949 

Barbara Rennels, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Frederick William Phillip Reuter, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1939 

Claude Wilson Rhodes, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

Thomas Edwin Richardson, B.S., Greenville College, 1949 

Warren Ruppel, B.S., 1948 

Clyde Elmer Rusk, A.B., Beloit College, 1948 

Charles Albert Schultz, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Paul Cyril Shebby, B.S., Stroudsburg State Teachers College (Pennsylvania), 

1936 
Roy Eugene Sheppard, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
Robert Abbott Shimer, B.S., 1949 

Roy J. Shull, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Sister Mary Anne Kennedy, B.S., Mundelein College, 1943 
Elroy Edward Smith, B.S., Syracuse University, 1947 
James Watson Smith, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1946 
Gertrude Snodsmith, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1945 
Angelo Joseph Spataro, B.S., 1950 
John Stergos, B.S., Washington University, 1949 
Sarah Elizabeth Sutton, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1943 
Charles Young Thomas, B.S., Prairie View State College, 1936 
Charles Herman Thorpe, B.S., Agricultural and Technical College of North 

Carolina, 1948 
Jack Woodrow Ulery, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
Robert Ray Van Rheeden, B.S., 1940 

Charles Kenneth Voeste, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Arthur Eldon Wagner, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1940 
Esther Chobar Wagner, B.S., 1949 

Ralph Edwin Whitehead, Jr., B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1949 
James Benjamin Willmore, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 
Earl Delbert Wilson, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Donald Other Wilt, B.S., Northwestern University, 1944; A.B., James Millikin 

University, 1947 
Dale Merle Wingler, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1937 
Dealas Joseph Witt, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1940; B.S., 1941 
Dorothy Ellen Woods, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Ethel Mae Woods, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1933 
Fred Wilfrid Woods, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1933 
Shelby Shelton Wyatt, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1938 

IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 

Lorraine Josephine Straszewski, B.S., Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1942 

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IN THE EDUCATION OF THE MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Kenneth Vincent McMahon, B.S., 1951 
Delilah Alberta Newell, B.S., 1949 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Ray Scott Basham, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1945 
Harold James Bestervelt, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1943 
John Joseph Courtney, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1943 
Samuel Devereaux Hathaway, B.E.E., University of Virginia, 1947; M.S., 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1950 
Edgar Clay Hayden, B.E.E., Ohio State University, 1943 
Linton Steven Kypta, Jr., B.S., 1950 

Charles Beatty Wilson, B.S., University of Washington, 1942 
Robert Kenneth Wright, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 
Theodore Otis Wright, B.S., 1951 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Hamed Mohamed El-Bisi, B.S., Ibrahim Pasha University, 1947 
Ogden Carl Johnson, B.S., 1951 

IN GEOGRAPHY 
Joseph Thomas McCarron, B.S., 1952 

IN GEOLOGY 

Robert Louis Fuchs, A.B., Cornell University, 1951 

William Weyrich Hallstein, B.S., 1949 

Vincent Chester Shepps, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950 

Eugene Griffin Williams, A.B., Lehigh University, 1950 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Irma Jean Campbell Calef, B.S., 1948 

Martin Joel Marks, B.S., State Teachers College (Cortland, New York), 1951 

Oscar Siegel, B.S., 1951 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Lila Athey Eichelberger, B.S., 1949 

Frances Landis Eldridge, B.S., 1942 

Mary Ellen Grote, B.S., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1944 

Meta Irene Hauffe, B.S., Eureka College, 1942 

Dorothy Ann Holin, B.S., 1950 

Mary Agnes Tressler Hoover, B.S., McKendree College, 1924 

Evelyn Eirene Mangold, B.S., 1933 

Norma Louise Miller, B.S., 1949 

Charlotte Lucille Rose, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1950 

Sister Mary Julita Sullivan, B.S., 1941 

Hazel Marie Smith, B.S., Tuskegee Institute, 1937 

Rachel Bayler Ullom, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

Helen Fildes Walker, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Winifred McCue Alleman, B.S., B.S.CL.S.), 1933, 1937 
Elva Lee Anderson, A.B., Southwest Missouri State College, 1948 
Esther Marie Baker, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1944 
John Henry Becker, A.B., Otterbein College, 1950 

Victoria Muriel Bennett, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 
Margaret Mary Browne, A.B., College of St. Francis, 1948 
Juliette Bryson, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1943 
Jo Anne Connelly, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Dorothy Ruth Cutler, A.B., Willamette University, 1940; A.B. (L.S.), Univer- 
sity of Washington, 1941 

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Mable Ames Dupree, A.B., North Carolina College, 1950 

John Fyle Edberg, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1951 

Mary Margaret French, A.B., University of North Dakota, 1934; A.M., Welles- 
ley College, 1937 

Mary Alice Gillham, A.B., Monmouth College, 1939 

Inez Velma Hovey, B.S., A.B., Emporia State Teachers College, 1938 

Ruth Elizabeth Hudson, A.B., University of California, 1949 

Alice Elizabeth Johnson, A.B., Augustana College, 1939; B.S., University of 
Minnesota, 1943 

Maud Jurjevich, B.S., 1933 

Lulu Grace Kaechele, B.Ed., University of Alberta, 1947; A.B., Olivet College, 
1950 

Annie Greene King, A.B., B.S.(L.S.), North Carolina College, 1942, 1947 

Shukichi Kuno, B.Econ., Tokyo University, 1948 

Niove Elias Kyparissiotis, A.B., B.S., New Jersey College for Women, 1949, 

1951 

William Emil Lafranchi, B.S., State Teachers College (Clarion, Pennsylvania), 
1949 

Kai-hsien Liu, A.B., Peiping National Normal University, 1933 

John Ryan May, A.B., Indiana University, 1938 

Marion Robert McCaulley, A.B., A.M., State University of Iowa, 1947, 1950 

Nancy Ann McCullough, B.S., 1951 

James Christopher Myers, A.B., M.S., West Virginia University, 1940, 1941 

Svetlana Eleonore Netchvolodoff, B.S., Washington University, 1949 

Joan O'Keefe, A.B., Washington University, 1951 

Mary Louise Partridge, A.B., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1949 

Jeannette Carolyn Pearson, A.B., Augustana College, 1951 

Miriam Louise Ridinger, A.B., Otterbein College, 1951 

Seymour Schneider, A.B., A.M., University of Chicago, 1948, 1951 

Sister Mary John Bosco Hyland, A.B., A.B.(L.S.), Rosary College, 1938, 1945 

Martha Christine Stenstrom, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 
1946 

Julia Agnes Sullivan, A.B., New York University, 1946; B.S.(L.S.), Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, 1947 

Rose Vainstein, A.B., Miami University, 1941; B.S., Western Reserve University, 
1942 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Anthony Entile, B.S., 1950 

Donald Melvin Houpt, B.S., 1951 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

William Henry Beck, B.S., 1951 

Muthyala Venkata Rama Rao, B.E., Madras University, 1944 

William Joseph Schilling, Jr., B.E.E., B.M.E., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 

1943, 1946 
Arne Holmfrid Wiedermann, B.S., 1951 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Cullen Clarence Clauser, B.S., 1951 

Kathryn Louisa Coe, B.Mus., Columbia School of Music, 1935 

Clyta Lovejoy Heaps, B.Mus. Ed., James Millikin University, 1941 

Hugh Donald McGee, B.Mus. Ed., Murray State College, 1949 

Leo Henry Provost, B.Mus. Ed., New England Conservatory of Music, 1949 

Donald James Russell, B.Mus. Ed., Augustana College, 1951 

Albert Dale Shepherd, B.S., 1949 

Donald Lee Zimmerman, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 195 1 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

John Richard Adams, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 
Eldon Wayne Armer, B.S., Michigan State College, 1951 

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Garry Lee Berry, B.S., 1933 

Albert Anton Bleifuss, B.S., 1941 

Robert Raymond Boissy, B.S., Springfield College, 1950 

Paul Ryde Dixon, B.S., 1934 

William Barto Geistweit, A.B., San Diego State College, 195 1 

Richard Keith Houston, A.B., DePauw University, 195 1 

Gerald Paul Huddleson, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Willys George Johnson, B.S., Bemidji State Teachers College, 1951 

George Spiros Kapas, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 

Gene Adams Logan, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1949 

Calvin Charles Luther, B.S., Valparaiso University, 195 1 

Matthew Garcia Maetozo, Jr., B.S., Springfield College, 195 1 

Arthur Francis Maley, A.B., Arizona State College, 195 1 

Elzer Ino Marx, B.S., Northwestern State College, 1951 

Don Elton Miles, B.S., 1950 

Merle Junior Schlosser, B.S., 1950 

Walter Newsome Storm, A.B., Eastern New Mexico College, 195 1 

Carl William Thompson, B.S., State Teachers College (Cortland, New York), 

I95i 
Edward Frank Ware, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

IN PHYSICS 

Richard Allan Jongedyk, B.S., Iowa State College, 1950 
Gerard John King, B.S., Yale University, 1950 
David Jordan Knecht, B.S., 195 1 

Richard Everett Mould, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948 
Thomas Roger Robillard, B. Physics, University of Minnesota, 1949 
George Albert Russell, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947 
Murray Donald Sirkis, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951 
Stanley Henry Vegors, Jr., A.B., Middlebury College, 1951; B.S., Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 195 1 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Levon Zakar Boyajian, A.B., Columbia University, 195 1 
John Vincent Butkiewicz, A.B., Columbia University, 195 1 
Carl Theodore Friz, B.S., 195 1 

James Rogers Kennedy, A.B., Wesleyan University, 195 1 
Roger David Pinc, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Geraldlne Lorraine Johnson, A.B., Olivet Nazarene College, 1951 
Sara Purvin, A.B., University of Arizona, 1951 
Matthew Ludwig Rigler, B.S., 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Priscilla Anne Jacobs, B.S., 1947 

Roman Zane Kuchner, B.S., 1949 

Joseph James Mazura, B.S., 1952 

Beverly Irene Pyle, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1946 

Oakley Ferril Roark, Jr., B.S., Indiana University, 1947 

Mildred Irene Steiner, B.S., Knox College, 1930 

Henry Triezenberg, Jr., A.B., Calvin College, 1951 

Robert Clayton Wallace, B.S., 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 
Mary Carol Kos, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Harold Paul Gunty, B.S.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1948 
Benjamin Henry McLemore, Jr., A.B., Dillard University, 1944 
David A. Redman, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1950 

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IN THE TEACHING OF PHYSICS 
Robert Louis Jeanmaire, B.S., 1950 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Edward Garfield Milligan, B.S., Wayne University, 1951 
Joe John Poczatek, B.S., 1949 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Sarojam Kurudamannil John, B.S., Women's Christian College, 1949 
Rex Merlin Thomson, A.B., Carthage College, 195 1 
Frank Jacob Zeller, B.S., 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Dorothy Ruth Lundgren, B.Mus., 195 i 

William Irl Rathbun, B.Mus., Phillips University, 1950 

Sister Olive Louise Dallavis, B.Mus., Fontbonne College, 1948 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Frank Benjamin Alexander, B.S., 1942 

Dolores Pangahas Barile, B.S., University of the Philippines, 1946 

Charles Samuel Bateman, B.Ed., University of Miami, 1948; M.S., Indiana 

University, 1949 
Robert Oliver Birkhimer, B.S., M.S., 1946, 1949 
Orville Wayne Bottrell, B.S., 1939 

Mary Elizabeth Brucker, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1946 
Eugene Maxwell Bushong, B.S., 1951 
Glen Edward Carleton, B.S., 1950 

Loyd Holister Champion, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1950 
Betty Marie Cobb, A.B., Illinois College, 1945 
Donald Eugene Cohoon, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Vail Ralph Cordell, A.B., 1916 

Lois Lee Davis, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1944 
Rhea Allene Davis, A.B., Carleton College, 195 1 
Gladys Elizabeth Day, A.B., Augustana College, 1943 
Ardeen Phyllis DeFrates, A.B., MacMurray College, 1949 
Wayne Arnold Denman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Beryl R. Dillman, A.B., Olivet Nazarene College, 1949 
Clifford LeRoy Dohleman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 
Eugene Robert Dykstra, B.S., 1937 

Eunice Bernadette Egges, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Lola Mae Elliott, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Kermit Eugene Esarey, B.S., 1947 
Harold Dean Evans, A.B., Franklin College, 1951 
Charles Ishmael Fisher, B.S., 1940 
Leon Richard Gierke, B.S., Valparaiso University, 1949 
David Gene Glasscock, B.S., James Millikin University, 1949 
Barbara Ernestine Greene, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1931 
John Harold Grove, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 
Clinton Samuel Hagemann, A.B., Elmhurst College, 1949 
Donald Isaac Hammonds, B.S., St. Louis University, 1949 
James Harold Handy, B.S., 1941 
Ernest Morgan Harper, B.S., 1947 

John E. Hastings, Jr., B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Edith Brents Hoyt, B.S., 1951 
Ann Russell Janes, A.B., Webster College, 1933 
Harry Dean Jensen, B.S., 1947 

Norbert Francis Jerling, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 
Fred Leander Johnson, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1940 
John Walker Kersey, B.S., Greenville College, 1949 
James Daniel Kesner, B.S., Greenville College, 1949 

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Curtis Raymond Lassen, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State College, 1938 

George Lawrence Larson, B.S., 1951 

Robert Marion Lawton, A.B., Knox College, 1948 

Thomas Henry Leeson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1941 

Booker Thomas Lemmie, B.S., Lincoln University, 1948 

John Henry Lextz, B.S., 1950 

Robert Earl Lilljander, B.S., 1951 

Richard Hench Lukens, B.S., 1941 

Joe Edward Lynch, B.S., Iowa State College, 1941 

Michael Edward Lynch, B.S., 1950 

John Joseph Maisch, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 

David Arlo Malixsky, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947 

Herbert John Max, B.S., University of Chicago, 1933; M.S., 1939 

Doris Mardelle McCann, A.B., 1936 

Jacob Joshua McClain, A.B., Jackson College, 1933; B.S., Alcorn College, 1948 

Edward Wassar Mills, B.S., 1937 

Anna Alberta Morrison, B.S., 1940 

Wilfred Allen Moss, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 

Herbert Mundell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1932 

Theodore Stanley Murzynski, B.S., Cornell University, 1933 

Fraxk Chaxning Noble, Jr., B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Kathryn Lenora O'Mallie, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 

Marian Louise Osborn, B.S., 1951 

Jean Frances Owen, A.B., 1944 

John Batista Pacotti, B.S., 1940 

Anton William Perne, A.B., Knox College, 1931; A.M., 1939 

Joyce Elizabeth Peterson, B.S., 195 1 

Harold Oren Petty, B.S., 1936 

Clarence Alois Phillips, B.Ed., State Teachers College (St. Cloud, Minnesota), 

1937; A.M., University of Minnesota, 1942; M.S., 1948 
Heinz Walter Pruss, B.S., Bradley University, 1949 
Bebe Loveless Randolph, B.S., 1941 

Mary Alice Richmond, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1939 
Robert Emil Riedel, B.S., Ohio University, 1951 
Tsugi Sakagami, B.S., 1951 
Albert Calvin Schutte, B.S., 1941 
Rex Gordon Sherman, B.S., Bradley University, 1948 
Thomas Alonzo Sinks, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1939; 

A.M., 1942 
Willard Francis Siville, B.S., 195 1 
Melvin Smith, A.B., Eureka College, 1949 
Norman Joseph Smith, B.S., 1925 
Richard J. Smith, B.S., 1949 

William Wayne Spencer, A.B., Eureka College, 1949 
Eurus Vernon Stoltz, B.S., 1950 

John Sanford Swan, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 195 1 
Max L. Swinford, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
William Roswell Thornton, B.S., 1940 

Carolixe Kirklaxd Tillinghast, B.S., Gallaudet College, 1944 
William Henry Towler, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947 
Leo Owen Traister, A.B., Eureka College, 1948 
Albert Jackson Tucker, A.B., Indiana University, 1947 
John Richard Uebler, B.S., 1950 

John Merle Wade, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1948 
Lowell McNees Walter, B.S., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947, 1948 
Eldred Lothaire Walton, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1941; M.S., 1946 
Nellie Odelia Helm Wesley, B.S., 1950 

Marvin Willerman, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 
Albert J. Wiman, A.B., Western State College, 1950 
Lester Dale Winter, A.B., McKendree College, 1943 
Byrox Leox Wise, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Harlan Leal Wise, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 
William Murvin Wyman, B.S., Murray State College, 1948 

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THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK 

Joseph Lewbin, A.B., 1950 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Deloris Norma Bone, A.B., Carthage College, 1947 

John Fredrick Foster, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Sister Evelyn Marie Resnick, A.B., Fontbonne College, 1947 

IN PAINTING 

Richard Jordan Dudley, B.S., University of Missouri, 1949 
Hugh Dana Gibson, B.F.A., University of Oklahoma, 195 1 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

John Wayne Buckner, B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947, 1948 
Carl Mann Forrester, B.Ed., Southern Illinois Normal University, 1941 ; M.S., 

1948 
Charles William Frothingham, B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin, 1937, 1939 
Thelma Marie Holland, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 ; M.S., 1950 
Nelson Leonard Lowry, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1937; M.S., 1940 
George Paul Riccio, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN LAW 



Francis Elwood Mosetick 



Hubert Gordon Brown, B.S 
western University, 1948 

Arnold Harold Craine, A.B. 

James Francis Gorman, A.B. 

George Knight Meuth, A.B. 
sity of Missouri, 1950 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 

North 



Charles Blaine Myers, B.S., 1951 
Aaron Hirsh Narevsky, B.S., 1950 
1950 Charles Robert Renda, A.B., 195 1 

1950 James Kent Robinson, B.S., 1950 

Univer- Jerome Rotenberg, A.B., 1950 

Mark Lee Schwartzman, B.S., 1950 



THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AGRICULTURE 



Wendell Dean Bader 

Somir Banerjee, with High Honors 

John Frederick Battiste 

James Jordan Denby 

Leonard Herman Eggemeyer 

Glenn Edward Fisher 

Leland Ray Frye 

Anton Haraldsen 

Edward Hughes Houser 

John Shelton Jackson 



John Edward Kenney 

John Lee Malone 

John Douglas Martinie 

Myron Dean Pontious 

Fred Owen Price 

Donald G. Smith 

Clarence Glenn Summerlin, with 

Honors 
William Durward Wolfe, with 

Highest Honors 



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IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Elsa Benson Mathis 
DiAnne Estelle Mathre, with 
Highest Honors 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Joan Warnecke Wurzburger 



Jessie Rae McVickar Schweizer, 
with High Honors 



THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Gerald Hubert Nelson, with Honors 



Edwin Jacobson 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Ronald Roy Marshall 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Tien Sun Chang 
Thaddeus Joseph Cieslak 
Andrew Bernard Clement 
William Henry Connell 
Emery Noel Dial 
William Bernard Kelly 



Edwin Vincent Milanski 

Gilbert Gene Moss 

Harry William Skahn 

Robert Warren Tobin 

Thomas James Willette, with Honors 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Barney Joseph Cacioppo 
Arvid Jerry Carl 
Harold Kun Chun 
Arnold David Federman 
Frank Henmueller 
Everett Lee Hook 
James Joseph Kraft 
Ronald Henley Leuschner 



Leon Jackson Miller 
Leon Paul Schnepper 
Robert Lee Simmen 
Everett Lowell Tindall 
John Delbert Underwood 
Albert Edward Weber, Jr. 
Richard Ralph Wurzburger 



Charles Lewis Miller 
Robert Albert Radzius 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 

IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Budd Noble Barclay 
George Mitchell Barr 
Arnold Carey 
Luis Adolfo Chong Leon 
Hernando Gomez Prieto 
James Victor Hallsey 
Sheldon Harvey Horn- 
Norman Joseph Laux 
Lester Hsin-Pei Lee 



John Robert Menees 
William Joseph Morris 
Robert MacCullough Munro 
Nicholas Ralph Repke 
Donald Resch 
Rudolph John Ristau 
Frank John Senese 
Donald Edwin Walker 



Keith Oscar Huge 
Thomas Henry Sieben 

Charles Ernest Clark 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Harold Robert Zahn 

IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Melvin Joseph Mausolf 



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THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Albert William Alsterda 

Gerald Lloyd Chalcraft 

Helen Marie Christie, with Honors 

in Philosophy 
Anna Mae Howard Cochran 
Marilyn Mary Jane Cusimano 
Elizabeth Fulton Downs, with High 

Honors in Geography 
Mary Patricia Fletcher 
Raymond Arthur Garcia 
Clare Ruth Godsel 
Eugenia Pacwa Jaeger, with Highest 

Honors in Sociology 
Elinor Louise James, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Richard Moses Jarrett 
Edward Walter Kwedar 
Chui-Fan Liu, with Highest Honors 

in Economics 



Robert Henry Mehrhoff 

Sheldon Miller 

Burleigh Abbott Randolph 

Harold Duane Rigney 

Mabel Jane Ruesch, with High 

Honors in History 
Shirley Rae Salant 
Francoise Monioue Salgat 
Walter Edward Schneider, Jr. 
Walter Nicholas Schroeder, Jr. 
Herbert Scott, Jr. 
Harry Boyden Shaffer, Jr. 
Lyle Eugene Snowden 
Russell Allan Snyder 
William Horace Sorensen 
Robert Arthur Sullivan 
James Leslie Tryon 
Charles Theodore Wakefield 
George Zdenek 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Caryl Mae Davis 

Laverne Florence Lennon 



Bernard George Levenson 
Marilyn Ruth Young 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



Peter John Canzone, with High 

Honors 
Harold James Klir 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

James Chester Van Delinder 



Elizabeth Dean Wanderer, with 
Highest Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Roy August Broker 
Donald Herbert Frick, with High 
Honors 

IN CHEMISTRY 



David Petrulis Macarus, 
Honors 



with 



Donald Joseph Bauer 
Henry Lewis Crespi 
Gerald Stanley Levinson, with 
Honors 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Charles Anthony Mazzoni, Jr., with 

Highest Honors 
Carol Nora Schuetz 



Constance Evelyn Bornholt 
Kenneth Lowell Cantwell 
Leslie Alexander Chin 
William Gerier 
Alan Leslie Gordon 
Herbert Meyer Grodowsky 
Wallace Homer Hanlon 
Berle Leonard Hyman 
Aaron Doehner Kagann 



Werner David Kahn 
Ee Chuan Khoo 
Theodore Allan Loseff 
Charles James Magee 
Marian Ann Norwich 
Ronald Kenneth Pidot 
Ray J. Popek 

Jean-Louis Roger Riehl, with High 
Honors in Zoology 



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Beverly Jean Smith James Gordon Theivagt 

Adolf Karl Stanzel Thomas Edwin Wilson- 

Doris Lee Templix Roland Finley Wright 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 
Delphine Theresa Polkowski 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 
Loy Wesley Jones 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Benjamin Whitford Maxson 

THE LIBRARY SCHOOL 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

May Chao Edith Wave Jamerson 

Edna Laura Jackson Elizabeth Jean Kerr 

THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 

Luella Rose Cobb Eunice Sifferd Moore, with High 
Kathleen Brown Crandall, with Honors 

High Honors Woodrow Wilson Norris 

Marion Hutchinson Eaton Juanita Strong Poff 

Beulah Valeria Daniel Helfers Alice Berniece Ray 

Jeanne Ruth Holden Dorothy Donna Redenbaugh 

Edna Eaton Hutchens John Donald Richardson 

Mabel Redmon Jordan Clara Alt Ross 

Arthur Theodore Michalek Frances Hudelson Smith 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

Gladys Franklin Eaton Edith Jean Mitchell 

Margery Lucille Hexdall Babette Jacqueline Russell Muller 

Jean Borsick House Margaret R. Scifo 

IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
Bernard George De Wulf, with Honors 



THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Elmer Cecil Hawkins LeRoy Edward Meyer, with Honors 

Loren Charles Krumwiede, with Kenneth Richard Piggott 

Honors Alfred Roth, Jr. 
Daniel Alosious McCarthy 



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IN BANKING AND FINANCE 
John Joseph Balek 

IN COMMERCE AND LAW 

Marvin Silverman Louis Colfax Zillman 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 
Martha Jo Ann Meinecke, with Honors 

IN ECONOMICS 
William Arthur Bassler 

IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 

Charles Godfrey Haskins Harry Clark Maher 

Jon Rikard Ivarson 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Myles Hyman William Albert Schalck 

Mary Anna Morrisey James Edward Skrna 

Robert Edmund Saynay Mary Lou Lewis Walton 

IN MARKETING 

Charles Edward Downs Marvin Allan Lustbader 

Robert Clark French, with Honors Betty Joanne Morris 

Henry Gaines, Jr. Harold Phillip Rappoport 

Emmett Michael Hanley Richard Bruce Stevenson 

Andrew Demetrius Karos James Christjern Wickman 

THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND 
COMMUNICATIONS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 

Andrew John Clausen, with Honors Mathew Joseph Kaufman 

Donald James Goreham Robert William Kerwin, with Honors 

Lloyd Elvin Gray Stanley Warren Koenig 

Robert Louis Heller Virginia Lightbody 

Howard Leonard Johnson Daniel Francis McNertney 

Donald James Joseph Kaleta Philip Alan Ratcliff 

THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Warren Hillon Foulk John Joseph Naughton 

John Clancy King Alfred Joseph Rosauer 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

Robert Durland Chaney Robert Michael Ortinau 

Wayne Preston Cooper Carl August Petersen 

Richard Virgil McDowell Earl Wayne Wright 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Gertrude Cleo Huey Donovan Leonard Olson 

Martha Pichon Kutch 



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THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Robert Harold Meyer Noel Jay Spangler 

Manfred H. Pollner 

IN ART EDUCATION 
Charles John Isoline 

IN PAINTING 
Beverly Fay Bramblett, with High Honors 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Paul Durward Messerall Margaret Elaine Somers, with 

Leonard Kenneth Samuels Highest Honors 

Peggy H. Stone, with Highest Honors 

THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 
John Andrew Georgeson Frank Patrick Smith 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Irvin Edward Bedard Ronald Herbert Clark 

Robert Emil Bohl Emmitt Charles Jeffress 

IN RECREATION 
Henry William Miller, Jr. 

THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

Edward Eugene Armstrong James Lowell Mason, Jr. 

Reuben Franklin Deuel Thomas Patrick O'Connor 

Rex Edward Gillette Joseph Elbert Pruett, Jr. 

James Byron House Bernard Peter Reese, Jr. 

Robert Dale Huber William Samuels Shallman 

Orville Roy Hughes Robert Roy Short 

Richard Charles Johnson Martin Tunick 

Robert Gerald Klebe Don Marshall Verger 

Robert William MacNerland Kendell Wooldridge Wherry 



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University of Illinois 



COMMENCEMENT 
PROGRAM 



George Huff Gymnasium 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1953, 2:30 P. M 






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ORDER OF EXERCISES 

Professor Leslie Aulls Bryan, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman 
Colonel Melton Adams Hatch, B.S., U.S.A., Marshal 

COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 

Glory of America Harold Harris 

The University Concert Band 

Mark H. Hindsley, A.M., Conductor 

PRELUDE 

Prelude in D Minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

The University Concert Band 

SINGING OF "AMERICA" BY THE AUDIENCE 

INVOCATION 

The Reverend Edward J. Duncan, S.T.D. 
Chaplain of St. John's Catholic Chapel, Champaign, Illinois 

COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Merrill Jacob Holmes, S.T.M., D.D. 

President of Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois 

INTERLUDE 

Marche Militaire Francaise Camille Saint-Saens 

The University Concert Band 

GREETINGS FROM THE ALUMNI 

Harold Pogue, A.B. 

President of the University of Illinois Alumni Association 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

George Dinsmore Stoddard, Ph.D., Litt.D., L.H.D., 
1XJX, D.C.L. 

President of the University 

SINGING OF "AULD LANG SYNE" BY THE AUDIENCE 

BENEDICTION 

Father Duncan 

POSTLUDE 

Rondo, from Royce Hall Suite Healy Willan 

The University Concert Band 



AMERICA 

My country, 'tis of thee, 
Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing; 
Land where my fathers died, 
Land of the Pilgrims' pride, 
From every mountain-side 

Let Freedom ring. 

Our fathers' God, to Thee, 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing; 
Long may our land be bright 
With Freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 



AULD LANG SYNE 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 






COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT 



Leslie A. Bryan, Chairman 
Stanley H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman 
Orville T. Bonnett 
Harold S. Dawson 
Charles S. Havens 



Anthony J. Janata 
Alan K. Laing 
Miriam A. Shelden 
Janice M. Smith 
Leah F. Trelease 



FACULTY GUIDES 



Donald E. Brown 
Gibbon Butler 
Alfred F. Conard 
Robert I. Dickey 
Richard J. Faletti 
Gilbert H. Fett 
Gilbert C. Finlay 
William M. Gilbert 
Tom S. Hamilton 
Melton A. Hatch 
Chester O. Jackson 
Harvey H. Jordan 
William S. Kinne 
Francis J. Koenig 



Oskar A. Kubitz 
Leslie W. McClure 
Gerald E. Moore 
Cyrus E. Palmer 
Elmer Roberts 
Worth H. Rodebush 
Robert C. Ross 
Edward T. Sanford 
Allen V. Sapora 
James H. Shores 
Cecil D. Smith 
Henry S. Stillwell 
Carl S. Vestling 



HOODING COMMITTEE 



Robert B. Browne 
Lloyd Morey 



Fredrick S. Siebert 
Fred H. Turner 



SIGNIFICANCE OF CAP TASSEL COLORS 

The names of degree candidates appear under their respective col- 
leges and departments. Colleges are listed in the following order: 

Graduate College Black 

College of Law Purple 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

Library School Lemon Yellow 

College of Education Blue 

College of Commerce and Business Administration Dark Gray 

School of Journalism and Communications Black and White 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 

Division of Special Services for War Veterans. .Orange and Blue 
College of Veterinary Medicine Gray 






CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 



THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 

Candidates presented by Robert Eugene Johnson, Ph.D., M.D. 
Acting Dean of the Graduate College 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 
Gerald David Brighton, B.S., M.S., 1941, 1947 

IN AGRONOMY 

George Samuel Cooper, B.S., M.S., University of Alberta, 1949, 1951 
Carl Gray, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1943, 1947 
Darrel Luvene Lynch, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Kenneth William Keane, B.S., Murray State College, 1944; M.S., 1951 
Osman Shehata, B.S., Fouad First University, 1938; M.S., 1947 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

John Weber Alexander Brant, B.S.A., University of British Columbia, 1949; 

M.S., University of Connecticut, 1951 
Paul Breckenridge Starks, B.S., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 

1941; M.S., University of Kentucky, 1947 

IN BUSINESS 
Preston Paul Le Breton, B.S., M.B.A., Louisiana State University, 1947, 1949 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

James DeHaven Batchelor., B.Ch.E., University of Virginia, 1948 ; M.S., 1950 

James Eli Knap, B.S., University of Colorado, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Robert Elwood Wilson, A.B., B.S., 1948, 1949; M.S., University of Minnesota, 

1950 
Donald Wilbur Wood, A.B., B.S., 1948, 1949; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, 1950 

IN CHEMISTRY 

James Wesley Berry, A.B., Augustana College, 1949 

Peter Bliss Hill, B.S., M.S., University of Delaware, 1948, 1949 

Perry Ross Kippur, B.S., M.S., University of Denver, 1949, 1950 

Ernest Herbert Lyons, Jr., B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1931 ; 

M.S., California Institute of Technology, 1933 
George Howard McCain, A.B., Franklin College, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Paul Seward McKittrick, A.B., Princeton University, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Lester Russell Melby, B.S., M.S., University of Alberta, 1948, 1950 
Leon Herbert Meyer, B.Ch.E., M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1949, 1951 
William Joseph Middleton, B.S., M.S., North Texas State College, 1948, 1949 
Donald Gabriel Miller, B.S., University of California, 1949 
Martin Lloyd Minthorn, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1944, 1949 
Norman William Thomas, B.S., Wavne University, 1950 
Herman Wexler, B.S., Allegheny College, 1949; M.S., 1950 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Sai-Pak Chan, B.S., Lingnan University, 1943; M.S., 1950 

Aly Salem Shoukry, B.S., Fouad First University, 1940; M.S., Farouk First 
University, 1950 



James Edward Stallmeyer, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1949 

James Gordon Sutherland, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1949; M.S., 
Stanford University, 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Morris Robert Lewenstein, A.B., A.M., University of Chicago, 1944, 1947 
Myron Lieberman, B.S. (Law), B.S. (Social Studies), University of Minnesota, 
1941, 1948; A.M., 1950 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Charles V. Jakowatz, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1944, 1947 
Herman Edward Koenig, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1949 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Roy Jean Barker, B.S., University of Missouri, 1948 

IN GEOLOGY 

James Harold Fisher, A.B., M.S., 1943, 1949 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Howard Woodrow Winger, A.B., Manchester College, 1936; B.S., George 
Peabody College for Teachers, 1945; M.S., 1948 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Yung-Miao Miao, B.S., North Carolina State College, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Ralph Griffith Nevins, Jr., B.S., B.M.E., M.S., University of Minnesota, 1945, 
1947, 1949 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

James Russell Gardner, A.B., Muhlenberg College, 1925; A.M., University of 
Southern California, 1928 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Richard Victor Ganslen, B.S., Columbia University, 1939; Ed.M., Springfield 
College, 1940 

IN PHYSICS 

Warren Lee Bendel, B.S., Kent State University, 1946 ; M.S., 1947 
Ralph Owen Kerman, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1947; M.S., 1948 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Ivan Edward Danhof, A.B., A.M., North Texas State College, 1949, 1949 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Darrell Ellsworth Latham, B.S., State University of Iowa, 1938 ; M.S., 1045 

IN SPANISH 

Thelma Ruth Carrell, A.B., Eureka College, 1935; A.M., 1937 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Blaine Wright Andersen, B.S., University of Utah, 1949; M.S., 1951 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Earle Andrew Davis, Jr., B.S., Grove City College, 1941; M.S., University of 
Pittsburgh, 1943 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Ralph Waldo Chexoweth, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1935 

Gladys Longino Jones, A.B., Northwestern State College, 1935; A.M., Ohio State 

University, 1948 
Jack Lyle Landes, B.S. (Physics), B.S. (Educ), A.B., Central Missouri State 

Teachers College, 1933, 1933, 1934; Ed.M., University of Missouri, 1943; 

Ed.M., 1950 
Carl Mauritz Lindvall, A.B., Augustana College, 1947; A.M., Ed.M., 1950, 1952 
John Newtox Rexard, B.S., M.S., Ed.M., 1934, 1947, 1948 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

Leoxard Charles Koetter, Jr., B.S., 1949 

Bogdax Mieczkowski, B.S., University of London, 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Marguerite Daxxexberg, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1941 
Michael Escorcia, A.B., 1948 

Carl George Hafexrichter, A.B., North Central College, 1939 
James Edward McClellax, Jr., B.S., University of Texas, 1949 
David James Palmer, A.B., 1951 

IN ENGLISH 

Aldo Hermax Muxgai, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1951 
Arthur Emmet Pexxell, B.S., 1949 

IN HISTORY 
Guy James Gibsox, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1936 

IN MATHEMATICS 
Hal Gerald Russell, A.B., James Millikin University, 1951 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Yu-wen Han, A.B., Peking University, 1938 
Alexander Ceasar Poixsett, B.S., 1952 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Richard Edward Baird, A.B., Augustana College, 1951 
Chexg-Tsu Chaxg, A.B., National An-Hwei University, 1946 
Margaret Patricia Vawter, B.S., 1947 
Lawrexce Aldex Williams, B.S., Purdue University, 195 1 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 
Frederick Arthur Muckler, A.B., 195 1 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 
Richard Edward Roxburgh, A.B., 1952 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Albert George Parker, III, A.B., Princeton University, 1943; B.D., McCormick 

Theological Seminary, 1949 
Aviva Shedroff Waitzmax, A.B., 1950 

IN SPANISH 

Lixdo Dan Romani, B.S., 1950 

Dorothy Arlexe Vickers, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 



IN SPEECH 

Jay Melrose, A.B., A.M., Queens College, 1948, 1951 

IN STATISTICS 

Robert Arthur Banzhaf, A.B., M.B.A., University of Chicago, 1047, 1048 
Herbert Selig Block, A.B., University of Rochester, 195 1 
Mary Langan Snowden, A.B., Denison University, 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Ray Duane Barr, B.S., Municipal University of Omaha, 1951 
Charles Augustus Lindburg, A.B., Monmouth College, 1951 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Bernard Kenneth Genetti, B.S., 1952 
Wendell Jean Thompson, B.S., 1952 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Joseph Thomas Keeler, B.S., University of California, 1951 
Javad Pirouzbakht, Agr.Engr., University of Tehran, 1935 
Robert Eugene Rogers, B.S., Iowa State College, 1950 
James Robert Roush, B.S., 1950 
George William Stone, B.S., 195 1 
Delmar Francis Wilken, B.S., 1947 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Hobart Ross Hinderliter, B.S., 1951 

IN AGRONOMY 

Marvin Benjamin Graeber, B.S., North Carolina Agricultural and Technical 

College, 1949 
Robert Wharton Holdefer, B.S., Iowa State College, 1951 
Kazys Charles Labanauskas, Diploma Agriculturist, University of Agriculture 

(Stuttgart, Germany), 1947 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Carl Theodore Friz, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 

Stephen Morris Williams, B.S., University of London, 1949 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

Leo Dante Chicca, B.S., 1951 

Man Ball Leung, B.S., Kung Shang University, 1947 
Abou-Zeid Hassan Rageh, B.Arch., Fouad First University, 1949 
Yousef Shafik, B.Arch., Fouad First University, 1942 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Shirley Mae Nash, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1949 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

Robert David Henry, B.S., Ohio State University, 1951 
John Francis Lavender, A.B., Drake University, 1951 

IN CHEMISTRY 

E. Reinold Fett, A.B., Hope College, 1951 

Samuel George Kahn, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 195 1 

Jean Adrienne Kann, B.S., Queens College, 1951 



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William Donald Smart, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 
Milton K. Snyder, A.B., College of Wooster, 1951 
Richard Alan Strehlow, B.S., University of Chicago, 1948 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

William Egger, Jr., B.S., 1951 

James Raymond Gaston, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1950 
Leonard Andrew Harris, B.S., Stanford University, 1950 
Douglas Herbert Lee, B.Arch., McGill University, 1950 

Mohammad Abdur Razzack, B.S., Muslim University, 1947; B.E., Osmania Uni- 
versity, 1950 
Alvin Raymond Turski, B.S., University of Toledo, 1951 
Minas Basil Yordanidis, B.S., Robert College, 1944 

IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 
William Robert Chambers, Jr., B.S., 1950 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 
Gerald Starner Stuff, B.S., 195 1 

IN EDUCATION 

Thomas Wayne Anderson, B.S., 1947 

Norman Clyde Arnold, B.S., Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1934 

Leah Maher Burns, B.S., Drake University, 1929 

Donald Carlton Drumm, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1942 

Robert Harry Flaugher, Jr., B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Carl Roger Gasaway, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1944 

Joseph Vincent Griffin, B.S., 1948 

Robert Leon Hardin, B.S., 1950 

John Fosse Jorstad, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 

Michael Kass, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

Claude Clayton Lewis^ B.S., 1947 

George Cameron Muir, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Fred V. Peter, B.S., University of Missouri, 1926; A.B., 1929 

Cecil Verne Rfed, B.S., 1928 

Mary Lou Cole Riccio, B.S., 1949 

Albert Lee Shafer, B.S., 1941 

Horace Edward West, B.S., 1950 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Richard Frank Hyneman, B.S., Purdue University, 1950 

Phillip Nelson Larsen, B.S., Colorado State College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanical Arts, 1950 
Vernon Dale Peckham, B.S., 1952 
Lily Hannah Seshu, B.S., M.S., University of Travancore, 1944, 1946 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Murray Sheldon Blum, B.S., 1952 

George Waldo Hahn, B.S., 1951 

Moufied Abdel-Aziz Moussa, B.S., Fouad First University, 1948 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 
Mahmoud Aly Saleh, B.S., Fouad First University, 1940 

IN GEOGRAPHY 
Ivan J. Warren, B.S., 195 1 

IN GEOLOGY 

William Henry Bierschenk, B.S., Princeton University, 1951 
Kenneth Edward Clegg, B.S., 1950 



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Lyle Dean Eberly, B.S., Municipal University of Wichita, 1951 
Wade Lowery McCormick, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1950 
Margaret Ann Parker, B.S., Northwestern University, 1943 
Wilford Frank Weeks, B.S., 195 1 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Elizabeth Carolyn Anderson Heinicke, B.S., 1921 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Mary Angeline Kelly, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1942 
Margit Elizabeth Ohrnell, A.B., Seattle Pacific College, 1951 
Mary Frances Jones Wilkinson, B.S., 1947 

IN JOURNALISM 

Betty Lou Hughes Brydges, B.S., 1933 
Esther Ann Jarvis, B.S., 1951 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Norman James Crum, B.S., 1950 

Betty Ann Krahn, B.S., Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1947 
Nita Lavaggi, A.B., College of the Pacific, 1947 
Miriam Shields Meeks, A.B., Belhaven College, 1924 
Claudia Mubayyed, A.B., Keuka College, 195 1 
Norma Miller Poinsett, A.B., Tougaloo College, 1949 
Richard Goff Smith, A.B., A.M., University of Utah, 1940, 1949 
George Barber Stultz, B.S., Morehead State College, 1952 
Ronald Charles Tollafield, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1943; B.S.(L.S.), 
Western Reserve University, 1947 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Donald Ernest Hall, A.B., 195 1 
Hao-Wen Liu, B.S., Miami University, 195 1 

IN MARKETING 

Hyman Chase, B.S., 1951 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Eugene Edmund Kohlbecker, B.S., 1952 

Raymond Peter Polivka, A.B., North Central College, 1951 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Allan George Friederich, B.S., 1947 

Selahattin Adil Okcuoglu, B.S., Robert College, 1049 

Dodla Gopala Krishna Reddy, B.E., University of Madras, 1951 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Richard Brunk Greenwalt, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

John Lawson Doring, B.S., 1952 

Lucille Ebel McKinney, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1937 

IN PHYSICS 

Leroy George Augenstine, B.S., University of Chicago, 1949 
James Edward Bauerle, B.S., 1951 

Solomon Gartenhaus, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1951 
James Benjamin Henshall, Jr., B.S., University of Miami, 1949 
Allan Clarence Juveland, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1951 



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Robert Thornton Schumacher, B.S., University of Nevada, 1951 
Sidney Teitler, B.S., Long Island University, 1951 
John Oliver Thomson, A.B., Williams College, 1951 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Ronald Arly Bergman, B.S., 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Joseph Vincent Crisanti, B.S., Loyola University, 1951 
Mary Olivette Younge, B.S., Fontbonne College, 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 

Helen Lynch Longshore, B.S., 195 1 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Richard Chesney Elstner, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1947 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Thomas Richard Houpt, V.M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1950 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Robert Taylor Calef, B.S., 1949 

Paul Francis Doolin, A.B., Illinois College, 1950 

Joseph Carol Rieffenberger, B.S., 195 1 

Paul Doyle Van Zandt, A.B., Greenville College, 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Robert Roy Becker, B.Mus., Denver College of Music, 1931 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Virginia Mae Bender, A.B., 1930 

Norman Bone, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Malinda Dorothy Brummer, A.B., University of Colorado, 1950 

Ruth Naomi Calimese, A.B., A.M., 1944, 1948 

Joseph Edward Carey, A.B., 1950 

Norman Edward Dilley, B.S., Edinboro State Teachers College, 1941 ; A.M., 

Washington University, 1947 
Joanne Catherine Donahoe, A.B., College of St. Teresa, 1951 
Generose Dunn, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1940 
Mary Lou Focht, B.S., 1947 
Lorraine Mary Foster, A.B., 195 1 
Cato Hambro, A.M., Oslo University. 1951 
John Richard Hartley, A.B., Knox College, 1941 
Joel Tennant Herbst, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1950 
Mildred Cecilia Hoecherl, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
Muriel Newton Jones, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Thomas Joseph Kelly, B.S., University of Iowa, 193 1 
Edna Lyon Lynn, B.Ed., National College of Education, 1941 
Margaret Smith Moll, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1948 
Jesse Sherman Neal, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 
Hestin LeRoy Richards, B.S., Eastern Illlinois State College, 1949 
James William Smith, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Nolen Charles Varner, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1948 
Walter George Versen, B.S., University of California (Los Angeles), 1948 
Dorothe Eva Young, A.B., North Central College, 1945 



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HONORS 

Candidates presented by Coleman Roberts Griffith, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Provost of the University 

CO-VALEDICTORIANS 

Rue Linsey Belford, Jr., Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 
Edward Otto Stejskal, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

SALUTATORIAN 

Chuan Fang Chen, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

BRONZE TABLET 

Katherine Nickol Ackermann, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 

Rue Linsey Belford, Jr., Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Robert Lee Berryhill, Bachelor of Science in Management 

Chuan Fang Chen, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Donald Frank Grass, Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Management 

Keith Allen Kahle, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Albert Darrel Kraft, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Lois Mardelle Langdon, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Eugene Clement Joseph Lohman, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Althea Helen Rautenberg, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Social Studies 

Frank Moran Shappert, Bachelor of Science in Finance 

Edward Otto Stejskal, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Larry Earl Stump, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Rey Ching Tung, Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering 



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THE COLLEGE OF LAW 

Candidates presented by Albert James Harno, B.S., LL.B., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Law 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LAW 
Ralph Edward Madsen 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Stanley Earl Arden, B.S., 1952 
Soott Edward Bohon, A.B., 195 1 ; with 

High Honors 
Thomas Wai Nam Chun, A.B., 1950, 

i95i 
Stephen Jenner Covey 
Nolan Cornwell Craver, Jr., B.S., 

1951 

Leonard Thomas Flynn, B.S., Bradley 

University, 1950 
Henry Green, B.S., 1951 
James David Hassed, B.S., 1951 
Donn Elmer Johnson, A.B., Mon- 
mouth College, 1947 
Raymond Ralph Kimpel, B.S., 1950 
Darrell Elsworth Klink, A.B., 1950 
Henry Lewis, A.B., DePauw Univer- 
sity, 1950 
Durward Jamieson Long, A.B., 
Augustana College, 1949 



Oliver Davis Mann, Jr., B.S., 195 1 
Charles Daniel Messman, A.B., Illi- 
nois Wesleyan University, 1950 
Kenneth Fred Miles, A.B., 195 1 
Gerald Wayne Moody, B.S., 1951 
Robert Philip Moore, B.S., Butler 

University, 1949 
Richard Wayne Paterson, B.S., 1951 
Richard Sipe Scheflow, A.B., Beloit 

College, 1950 
George Wallace Thompson, A.B., 

Hamilton College, 1949; with High 

Honors 
Robert Edward Turnbow, B.S., 195 1 
Joseph Peter Van Hooreweghe, A.B., 

St. Ambrose College, 1948 
Alan Moore Wienman, B.S., Illinois 

Wesleyan University, 1948 
Guy Carleton Winks, A.B., Illinois 

College, 1951 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Candidates presented by Robert R Htjdelson, Ph.D. 
Acting Dean of the College of Agriculture 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 



John Kenneth Bailey 
Raymond Lee Bouas, with High 

Honors 
Max Russell Bradshaw 
Glenn Lee Brown 
Banta Bundy 

Irvin Clark Bunn, with Honors 
Paul Curtis Carey 
Robert Leonard Cross 
Eugene Everett Daniels 
Kenneth Paul Dubrovin, with 

Highest Honors 
John Leslie Duewer 
Raymond Howard Eichelberger 
Glenn Roger Ekman 
Mary Lou Green 
Harold Leon Hallberg 
Harold Dean Huber, with Honors 
Loren Albert Ihnen, with Highest 

Honors 
William Harlan Jenner 
John Victor Johnson, with Honors 
Keith Allen Kahle, with Highest 

Honors 
Jesse Harold Keyser 
Albert Darrel Kraft, with High 

Honors 
Elza Charles Lacy 

IN DAIRY 



Charles Sandford Levings, III, with 

Honors 
Ross Landon McN aught 
Herschel James McPheron 
Jeffrey Eugene Mitchell 
Luke John Oberwise, Jr. 
Russell Joseph Osmon 
Roy Lewis Ostrom, with Highest 

Honors 
Hayward Junior Reeder 
Richard William Rieger, with Honors 
Howard William Robinson 
John Robert Rundle 
Robert William Scherlong, with 

Honors 
Lyle Paul Schertz, with High 

Honors 
Myron John Schultz 
Robert Marvin Schumacher 
Robert Merle Steele, with Honors 
Lynn Walsh Surgeon 
Henry Sawyer Tomlinson 
John Walter Urban 
George Duane Von Lanken, with 

High Honors 
Harold Eugene Weatherholt 
Norman Gene Weir 

TECHNOLOGY 



Franklin Charles Mrazek 

IN FLORICULTURE 

Franklin Albert Pokorny, with Honors 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Katherine Nickol Ackermann, with 

Highest Honors 
Ann Carolyn Engelbrecht 
Mary Shirley Garman 
Eleanore Ettie Goldsmith 
Besse Osborne Johnson, with Honors 
Jane Mautz 
Carol Anne Neureuther, with Honors 



Helen Maribeth O'Donnell 

Marjorie Anne Saner 

Muriel Adele Stark 

Gladys Marian Whynot, with High 

Honors 
Marilyn Womeldorff, with Highest 

Honors 



Shirley June Erickson 
Marilyn Alice Hoyt 

Oscar Eldo Blake 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Viva Leola Moody 

IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 



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THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Candidates presented by William Littell Everitt, E.E., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Engineering 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Glenn Anton Anderson 
Richard Alan Camp, with Honors 
Walter Martin Smotrys 



Richard Joseph Smutny 
James Xerikos 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



John Wilbur Bliss 
Robert Francis McDowell 



Henry Raymond Spies 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Rey Ching Tung, with Honors 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Gerald Ward Armentrout, Jr. 
Guy Mario Jaime Arrieta 
Charles Warren Beilfuss, with 

Honors 
George Lester Bridwell 
Charles Edward Burkett 
Allen Grafton Cox 
Dale Willard Diemer 
Ronald Eugene Digles 
Thomas Mitchell Edwards 
Roy Elam, Jr. 
Richard L. Garrity 
John Patrick Higgins 



Robert Calhoun Hundley 
John Itsuo Kaya, with Honors 

LOREN C. KOLDITZ 

John David Landgren, with Honors 
William Meale, with Honors 
James Masanori Nakawatase 
Donald Lester Neumann 
Thomas Anthony Podraza 
Leonard August Postregna 
George August Ratz 
James Payton Roberts 
Delois Smith 
Morgan Houghton Thompson, Jr. 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Norwood Albert Booth 

Merlyn Bruce Buchanan 

Melvin Cohen 

Lloyd Joseph Demel 

Paul DiSalvo 

Jerry John Donahue 

Seymour Gantman 

George Louis Geographos 

Nikolai Theodor Goncharoff 

Richard Allen Graham 

Robert Oliver Hansen 

Henry Frank Hite, Jr. 

Shelby Eugene Hunter, with Honors 

David Harold Johnston, Jr. 

Lawrence Erwin Jones 



Richard Edward Kenna 
Thomas Howard Krigbaum 
Rudolph Howard Marovec 
Jesse Carlisle McClellan, Jr. 
William Clarence Mescher 
Charles Lester Page 
John Benjamin Pettegrew 
Floyd George Powell 
Billie Wirth Preston 
Wayne Frederick Schafer 
Delwin Nicholas Schneider 
Kiyoshi Yamamoto 
Louis Joseph Zboran 
John Vincent Zinkus 
LaVerne Joseph Zipprich 



Bruno Fajfar 

Henry Paul Kalapaca 

Peter Kiyoshi Shizume 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 



Robert Uyetani 
John Evan Wasco 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 



Sherman Louis Bremer 
Wright Marshall Catlow 



Kenneth William Engelbrecht 
Morris Sidney Hackman 



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William Edward Hamrick 
Wendell Charles Hildenstein 
Julius David Holmquist 
Earle LeRoy Kneifel 
Robert Allen Landl 



Henry Marcheschi 
Leonard James Mattson 
Richard William Reynolds 
Harold Jean Slaight 
Richard Lee Tomei 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Antonio Alegria-Schuur 

John Raymond Altenhoff 

Donald Raab Bailey, with Honors 

Carl Blattner 

John Robert Carroll 

James Orville Chambers 

Chuan Fang Chen, with High Honors 

Lorimer L. Crews 

Everett Harold Fields 

Pascal Anthony Gerard 

Raymond John Golik 

Leroy Grossman 

Willard Herbert Gunther 

Eric Kenneth Johnson 

William Joseph Jordan 

Raymond Stanley Kaczmarek 

Roy Francis Kasten, Jr. 

Richard James Konigsfeld 

Frank Paul Lewandowski 

Bill Keith Lindberg 



Joseph Ray Meisenheimer 

Robert Albert Michael 

Robert Anthony Parisoli 

James David Peterson 

John Milton Pollack 

Henry Wales Price, Jr. 

Thomas James Pyka 

Orville Henry Rinne 

Roy Eldon Roat 

Edward Howard Robinson 

Eugene August Roeske 

Thomas James Shallcross 

Charles Ervin Siefert 

Isidore Frank Sobczak 

Larry Earl Stump, with High Honors 

Raymond Swansen, Jr. 

Charles Oral Velzy 

Vernon Glenn Vetter 

Joseph Ronald Werth, Jr. 

George Yee 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



Louis Arthur Bacle 
Robert Augustus Draznik 
Richard Gaydos 



Donald George Hallahan 
Don Garrett Townsend 



IN MINING ENGINEERING 



Sven Bertil Gafvert 
Warren Ernest Holland, 
Honors 



Arthur Edward Molin 



with 



Darwin Eugene Neihaus 
Donald John Schelle 
William Henry Stoewer 



IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

John Robert Towers 



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THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates presented by Henning Larsen, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Harold Christian Aichholzer 

Cyrus Andrew Alexander 

Edith Jane Allen 

Albert Hugh Aman 

Arthur Jean Aman 

Eleanor Simmons Auerbach, with 
Honors in Speech 

Robert Clarence Beck 

Charles Conrad Becker, Jr. 

Thomas Owen Beidelman, with High- 
est Honors in Psychology 

Robert Ottis Bender 

Inez Renne Berg 

David Kenneth Berlo 

Herbert Blaufarb 

James Theodore Borhek 

Roy Gene Brasel 

Edward Ronald Burr 

Jerry Michael Carlo 

James Joseph Craig 

Roy Lester Culler, Jr. 

Beverly Ann Dady 

Theodore Edward Desch 

Annette Louise Dober 

Robert Louis Droste, with Honors in 
History 

Rudolf Otto Faiss 

Audrey Marie Farrell, with Honors 
in Sociology 

Richard James Fiala 

LaDorothy Imerine Graves 

Ruthann Greer, with Honors in 
English 

Rol J. Healy 

Marjorie Rice Henn 

Hetty Rose Herman 

Harry Eugene Hilbrich 

Robert Knox Jacobs 

Gordon William Johnson 



Hugh Marvin Jones 

George Milton Kaplan 

Reeva Davorah Katter 

Jerome Michael Keefe 

Douglas Shuso Kimura 

Stanley Conrad Kolinski 

Edward Thomas Koska 

Lois Mardelle Langdon, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
James Arthur Latimer 
Wilbert Charles Lekberg 
Donald Paul Magnuson 
John Mlade, Jr. 
Elaine Emi Nishimura 
John Ennis Pfau 
Gerald Artemus Philleo, with High 

Honors in English 
Joseph Andrew Preston 
Margaret Weberg Ratchford 
Patricia Anne Rieger 
Margaret Alice Rigsbey 
Marjorie Joan Rosenthal 
Arnold Ries Rottman 
JoAnne Eleanor Salberg 
Mary JoAnne Saline 
Perry Satz, with Honors in Economics 
Mary Ellin Schiff, with Honors 

in English 
Suzanne Schlenker 
John Robert Sloan, Jr. 
Gerald Curtis Stone 
Patricia Ann Struth 
Leslie Gerard Swartz 
Florence Walters 
Abdul Kayum Wardakee 
Helen Judith Wasserman 
Rachel Waterfall 
Rosemarie Susan Zack 
Arwin Morton Zoller 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Richard Thomas Martin, with High- 
est Honors 

Frederick Joseph Mathieson, with 
Highest Honors 



Marilyn June McNair, with High 
Honors 



Marianne Denton 



June Lillian Lowry 



IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 

Joan Frances Posateri 

IN THE TEACHING OF GERMAN 



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IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



Gladys Marie Dodd 
Peter Edward Johnson 
Demetra Karakourtis 
Mitzi-Lou Marion Miller 



Althea Helen Rautenberg, with 

Highest Honors 
Thomas Edward Ryan 
Ernest Eickelmann Shepard 



Olindo Omero Alo 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

Richard Arthur Lathrop, 
High Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 



with 



Keith Allan Page 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Richard Benes 
Egbert Wendell Biggers 
Richard Arthur Gosnell 
Delmar James Gottschalk 
William Maynard Hager 
James Zanteson Hoffman 
Gordon Leonard Nelson 
Robert Arthur Oster 



Rodney Bostwick Phillips 
Antonio Bruno Pizzato 
George Ratkovic, Jr. 
John Charles Reed, with High 

Honors 
John Dale Stauffer 
Robert Stanley Zielinski, with 

Honors 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Rue Linsey Belford, Jr., with 

Highest Honors 
Donald Glenn Gardner 
James Fredrick Kneller 
Mills Thomas Kneller 



Edward Otto 
Honors 

Evelyn Joyce 
Honors 



Stejskal, with Highest 
Weber, with Highest 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Paul Kiyoto Ase 

Adela Swenson Baer, with Honors in 

Zoology 
Robert Arnold Bilek 
Ralph Walton Brown 
Eugene Thomas Callahan 
Robert Camp 
George Peter Casten 
Ann Powers Cleary, with High 

Honors in Botany 
James Mansfield Cleary, Jr. 
Jeanne E. Crawford, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Ralph Louis Dietchweiler 
Bernard Abraham Faingold 
Clyde Fisher, Jr. 
Ursula Frankel 
Marion Tourek Hersh 
Eva YosHiye Hirasuna, with High 

Honors in Zoology 
Jordan Katz 



John Nick Koskovic 

Benjamin Yet Sung Lee 

Robert Stephen Lewis 

Donald Ray Lichtenberger 

Shirley Joan Lindblad 

George Jack Mobille 

Frank Shigehide Nishime 

Paul Julius Regorz 

Richard Sam Rogich 

James David Sampson 

Dale Loren Sollars 

John Donald Stenquist 

Barbara Kay Stevenson 

Mary Lany Stoikov 

Toh Bee Tan 

Jerry John Tulis 

Hermanus Wilhelmus Vreenegoor 

Walter Joseph Werner 

Richard Marion Winiarski 

Bruce Allen Wright 

Karin Anina Zacharias 



IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Sherri Sophie Zuckerman, with Honors 



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IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 



Julius Binder, with High Honors 
Florence Crystal Henriksen 



Robert Eugene Sforza 
TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 



James Maurice Halm 



IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
Alexander Hachigian 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS AND THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Alfred Charles Herzog, with Honors 



THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Robert G. Bone, Ph.D. 
Acting Dean of the College of Education 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN EDUCATION 



Cornelia Evelyn Austin 
Arlene Virginia Brietzke, with 

Honors 
Catherine Agnes Buck 
Fredrick Robert Fechtner 
Catherine Eleanor Foltynevvicz 



James Rowe Hegner 
Fred Irving Hills 
Wilma Disbrow Hughes 
Theodore Robert Moody, Jr. 
Ira E. Sax 
Katherine Elaine Smith 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 
Vernon Franklin Frazee 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Gloria Esther Becker 
Geraldine Ramona Dillon, with 

Honors 
Carleen Ann Ettinger 
Frances Harding 
Marie Antje Hedeen 
Mavis Ann Hoffman 
Carol Marie Janson 
Betty Rene Kaiser 
Kiki Gean Kotsiopoulos 
Beverly Jean Lemmon 
Leah Levitt 



Carol Myra Lieberman 

Alice Clare Lyons 

Dorothy Davies Meek 

Shirley Lee Miller, with Highest 

Honors 
Betty Lorraine Nelson, with Honors 
Nancy Stough Oliver 
Ruth Elsa Olson 
Marilyn Louise Schaefer 
Doris Jean Thomas Wilson 
Carol Ernestine Woodcock 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



Dwight William Benton 
Fred Oliver Lehman 



George John Tikalsky, Jr. 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Candidates presented by Paul Martin Green, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



William Harley Banning 
Robert Rodgers Beerup 
Walter Clifford Berntzen 
Thaddeus Richard Bialek 
Harry Donald Bobeng 
Edward John Bolka 
Fred John Bondy 
Roger Gilbert Brooke 
Robert Harry Caldwell 
Ronald Irwin Chason 
Albert Philip Dietrich 
Florian Kenneth Dusik 
Gerald Sidney Elliott 
Henry Le Grande Evers, Jr. 
Melvin Robert Funke 
Lawrence Jerry Haram 
John Arthur Heideman, with Honors 
Peter Edwin Jensen 
Robert Allen Kell 
Arnold Edward Landsman 
Eugene Clement Joseph Lohman, 
with Honors 



Donald Edward McMahon 
Richard Frank Middendorf, with 

Honors 
Alfred George Oelschlegel 
Arthur Curtis Paullin, with Honors 
Martin Richard Rappeport 
Robert Franklin Sanders 
Rudolph Walter Schattke, with 

Honors 
Berle Louis Schwartz 
Peng Kiang Sim, with Honors 
George Samuel Smith 
Allen James Spirtas 
Harold Lloyd Strauss 
William Franklin Teichmiller 
Joe Amos Thompson 
William Susumu Ujiiye 
Joseph Peter Vernasco 
William Arthur Washburn 
Richard Anton Wieland 



IN ACCOUNTANCY AND MARKETING 



IN BANKING AND FINANCE 



Selwin Edward Price 

David Welch Smith 

IN COMMERCE AND LAW 
Martin Joseph Keating Frank James Parypinski 



Shirley Mae Clausen 
Domenico Farinella 



Ronald Edward Cronwell 
Anthony Vito DeLeonardis 
Harold Demsetz 



IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Charles Joseph Hamed 
Norman David Hedish 

IN ECONOMICS 

Kenneth Wilbur Freeto 
John Henry McGaughey 
Walter Helmut Stuckmann 



IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 



Joseph Alaimo 

Donald Orby Boyd 
John Donald Gustafson 



IN FINANCE 



Robert Eugene Rapsilber 

Frank Moran Shappert, with Honors 



IN GENERAL BUSINESS 



Thomas Coulson Flaningam 



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IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 



Richard Lewis Cook 
John Edward Corcoran 
Robert Arlington Enders 



John Wilbert Mack 
Robert Lee Waller 



IN MANAGEMENT 



Robert Lee Berryhill, with Honors 
Ernest Rowland Blatchley 
William Brown 
William Beryl Clark 
Allan Jerome Francisco 
Robert Max Groemling 
William Ralph Hanselman 
Harold Walter Haupt 
Russell Robert Heidenreich 
John Henry Hilti 



Richard Leroy Anderson 
Roger Allan Bjorvik 
Harry Vernon Brinkman 
Margaret Marie Coderre 
James Walton Connor 
Gerhard Walter Drews 
Richard Daniels Fogler 
Ronald Arthur Freiwald 
Roy Joseph Jovien 
norabelle kaplan 
Ronald Keith Keim 
Robert Ralph Novak 



Joseph Hustak 
Robert David Kucera 
Richard Logus 
Theo Dick McConnell 
Robert Paul Olander 
Dorothy Lucille Phipps 
Stanley Joseph Placzek 
Charles Humphrey Schultz 
John Christian Siedentuss, Ji 
"Clyde Allen Wiskamp 



IN MARKETING 



Jerry Oscherwitz 
James Oliver Peterson 
Howard George Remus 
Richard Schweitzer 
George Tolson Searls 
George Victor Stull 
Nick Ted Thomopoulos 
George Townsend Underhill, Ji 
Robert Keith Wagner 
Ronald James Wallace 
Donald Leroy Whitsitt 
Richard Thomas Wyatt 



Lyle Dean Ferguson 

Donald Frank Grass, with Honors 



IN MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT 

William Johnson Louderback Mason 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Candidates presented by Fredrick Seaton Siebert, A.B., J.D. 
Director of the School of Journalism and Communications 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN JOURNALISM 



Charles MacGregor Bellatti, with 

Honors 
Joyce Berger 
Louis Joseph Berolatti 
John Louis Bird 

James Edwin Clayton, with Honors 
Barbara B. Eisendrath 
Frank Orlando French 
Howard Lyon Gordon 
Richard Eugene Gosswiller 
David Hefter, with Honors 
Vivian Eloise Herr 



Philip Kaplan 

Helen Marie Krebs 

Eleanor Anne Kuehn, with Honors 

Fannie Magnisalis 

Vahog Matoesian 

Joseph Alston Murphy 

Ahmad Hasan Qureshi 

Richard Kelley Rodgers 

Nick B. Stachniak 

Joseph Oscar Streicher 

Geraldine Mae Tondi 

James Alan Wolfson 



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THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

Candidates presented by Rexford Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch. 
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Richard Walsh Adams, with Honors 
Jay Elmer Bajorek 
Jack Rudolf Banjavcic 
Allen William Carlsen 
Ralph Edwin Cufaude 
Arthur Frederick Drallmeier 
Godfrey Larence Duke 
Stanley Leroy Goldberg 
Thomas Henry Klausmeyer, with 
Highest Honors 



Charles Edward Koehn 

Ping Kin Ng, with Honors 

Hugh Mellen O'Connell, Jr. 

John Edward Olriksen 

Philip Michael Ryan, with Honors 

George Svoboda 

Kenneth James Thelen 

Ivan Socrates Tshilds 

Robert Richard Weber 

John Joseph White 



IN ARCHITECTURE 



Joseph Alexander Bembenek 

John Robert Brani 

Alfred Gerald Dierkes 

Robert Doss Evans, Jr. 

Fred Neal Gulden 

Frederick John Hart 

David Roger Hermansen 

Herbert James Iversen 

Lincoln H. Jones 

William Andrew Kelly, Jr. 

Thomas Henry Klausmeyer, with 

Highest Honors 
Theodore Ernest Kurz, with Honors 



David Eugene MacMillan 
Charles Joseph McAllister 
William James McCleary 
George Sigmund Millstein 
Bayard Mahlon Ordlock 
Walker Lee Patton 
Donald Peter Steffens 
Leo Walter Steinbrenner, with 

Honors 
Jacob Karl Viks, with Honors 
George Watanabe 
Robert James Wisher 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Marjorie Fry Ash 
Mary Louise Dusenberry 



Donovan Paul Hough 

Shirley Anne Locke, with Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Lowell Axelrad 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Joan Marie Altera Fred Michael Schwappach 

Ruth Palmer Crumlish, with Highest Merle Roger Vandervliet 
Honors 

IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

John Phillip Burgard Ross Eugene Cornwell, Jr. 

IN PAINTING 

Richard Omer Keys 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Richard Oliver Hagen, with Honors 



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THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Seward Charle Staley, Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Director of the School of Physical Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Jerome Frank Baranski 

"Mildred Mary Barnhart 

Mary Ann Leora Bohbrink 

Beverly Jean Brown 

Mary Katherine Brown, with Honors 

Nancy Lorene Buck 

Martha Frances Culbert, with 

Honors 
Donald Arthur Davts 
Edgar Michael Dembek 
Beverly Jeanne Falk 
Herbert Lee Gerecke 
John Hanley Harry 
Harvey Lloyd Harten stein 
William George Hug 



Donald Richard Kahl 
Irving Frank Korita 
Genevieve Dolores Kunce 
Frank Alvin Maisch 
Robert Penrod McMillen 
Wyllys Julius Michelini, Jr. 
Herbert Lee Neathery 
James Kenneth Pendleton 
Elie Charles Popa 
Richard John Sargent 
Richard William Tank 
Kenneth Lee Wellington 
Marvin Solomon Weiss 
Merle Milton Robert Zeschke 



IN RECREATION 



Joseph Abrahams 



Thomas Herbert Hall 



THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 

Candidates presented by Frank Bridgewater, M.S. 
Acting Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Robert Francis Banks 
Robert Arthur Bomke 
William Oscar Bubser 
James Edward Cooney 
Philip Eugene Cox 
Donald Dyer 
John Charles Eggert 
George Alan Farmer 
Ray Frank Florek 
Donald Ralph Grieves 
Bernard Isenberg 
Donald Curtis Johnson 
Thomas Francis Joyce, Jr. 



Raymond Donald Keesecker 
John Alan Lambright 
Charles Richard McDaniel 
Tom Takeo Miyahara 
Perry Herbert Mohlar 
Irving Clifford Morgan 
Strother Leamon Murphy 
Edward Allen Perry 
Harold William Pesmen 
Bernard Knut Varhol 
Bertram Evans Wagner 
Leonard Eugene Zapinski 



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University of Illinois 



COMMENCEMENT 
PROGRAM 



Memorial Stadium 

SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1953, 2:30 P. M. 



All commencement guests are requested to assist in 
making this occasion one of quiet dignity. Please 
refrain from loud conversation or unnecessary move- 
ment about the Stadium during the exercises. 

No one except duly authorized press and University 
photographers will be permitted on the field. 

First Aid Stations are located in the Stadium be- 
tween Sections II and KK, east of the Center of the 
West Great Hall, and in Huff Gymnasium, Room 
116 on the east side of the Gymnasium. 



ORDER OF EXERCISES 

Professor Leslie Aulls Bryan, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman 
Colonel Melton Adams Hatch, B.S., U.S.A., Marshal 

COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 

Triumphal March Dudley Buck 

The University Concert Band 

Mark H. Hindsley, A.M., Conductor 

PRELUDE 

Prayer from "Hansel and Gretel" Engelbert Humperdinck 

The University Concert Band 

SINGING OF "AMERICA" BY THE AUDIENCE 

INVOCATION 

The Reverend A. Ray Cartlidge, D.D. 
Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Champaign, Illinois 

COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Allan Nevins, A.M., Litt.D., LL.D. 

Professor of American History, Columbia University, New York City 

INTERLUDE 

Battle Hymn Morton Gould 

The University Concert Band 

GREETINGS FROM THE ALUMNI 

Robert H. Fletcher, B.S. 

Vice-President of the University of Illinois Alumni Association 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

George Dinsmore Stoddard, Ph.D., Litt.D., L.H.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 
President of the University 

SINGING OF "AULD LANG SYNE" BY THE AUDIENCE 

BENEDICTION 

The Reverend Doctor Cartlidge 

POSTLUDE 

With Honour Crowned Edward Ketelbey 

The University Concert Band 



AMERICA 

My country, 'tis of thee, 
Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing; 
Land where my fathers died, 
Land of the Pilgrims' pride, 
From every mountain-side 

Let Freedom ring. 

Our fathers' God, to Thee 
Author of liberty, 

To thee we sing; 
Long may our land be bright 
With Freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 



AULD LANG SYNE 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne ? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT 



Leslie A. Bryan, Chairman 
Stanley H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman 
Orville T. Bonnett 
Harold S. Dawson 
Charles S. Havens 



Anthony J. Janata 
Alan K. Laing 
Miriam A. Shelden 
Janice M. Smith 
Leah F. Trelease 



FACULTY GUIDES 



George E. Anner 
Fred P. Barnes 
Charles H. Bowman 
Charles K. Brightbill 
Gibbon Butler 
Rubin G. Cohn 
I. W. Cole 
Robert I. Dickey 
A. E. Florio 
John E. Gieseking 
William M. Gilbert 
Tom S. Hamilton 
J. Thomas Hastings 
Melton A. Hatch 
Charles A. Knudson 
Francis J. Koenig 



Donald H. Krans 
Oskar A. Kubitz 
Norman D. Levine 
Dorothy Litherland 
Cyrus E. Palmer 
Ernst A. Philippson 
William C. Robb 
William C. Rose 
Joseph A. Russell 
Jesse Sampson 
Edward T. Sanford 
Marshall J. Scott 
Cecil D. Smith 
Paul M. Van Arsdell 
Karl R. Wallace 
Wayne S. Yenawine 



HOODING COMMITTEE 



Robert B. Browne 
Lloyd Morey 



Fredrick S. Siebert 
Fred H. Turner 



THE RETIRING FACULTY 

MEMBERS WHO WILL RETIRE SEPTEMBER 1, 1953 

Pembroke H. Brown, Professor of Economics 

Jasper O. Draffin, Professor of Theoretical and 
Applied Mechanics 

James L. Edmonds, Professor of Horse Husbandry 

John T. Geissendoerfer, Professor of German 

Mabel R. Hagan, Assistant Professor of Education 
and of Secretarial Training, and Counselor, 
Council on Teacher Education 

Elmer F. Heater, Research Associate Professor in 
the Engineering Experiment Station 

Harvey H. Jordan, Associate Dean of the College of 
Engineering and Professor of General Engineer- 
ing Drawing 

Charles F. Schlatter, Professor of Accountancy 

Hiram T. Scovill, Professor of Accountancy and 
Head of the Department of Business Organization 
and Operation 

Lee A. Somers, Assistant Professor of Horticulture 
(Retired as of March I, 1953) 



SIGNIFICANCE OF CAP TASSEL COLORS 

The names of degree candidates appear under their respective col- 
leges and departments. Colleges are listed in the following order: 

Graduate College Black 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

College of Law Purple 

College of Education Blue 

College of Commerce and Business Administration Dark Gray 

School of Journalism and Communications Black and White 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 

Division of Special Services for War Veterans. .Orange and Blue 
College of Veterinary Medicine Gray 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 
THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 

Candidates presented by Robert Eugene Johnson, Ph.D., M.D. 
Acting Dean of the Graduate College 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Max Arthur Binkley, B.S., Miami University, 1942; M.S., 1947 

Clarence Leo Dunn, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 

David Hsiang-Fu Li, A.B., St. John's University, 1949; M.B.A., University of 

Pennsylvania, 1950 
Kenneth Wilbur Perry, B.S., Eastern Kentucky State College, 1942; M.S., Ohio 

University, 1949 

IN AGRONOMY 

Walter Lee Johnson, B.S., Agricultural and Technical College of North Caro- 
lina, 1942; M.S., 1947 

John Keith Leasure, B.S., 1942; M.S., Michigan State College, 1946 

Robert J. Metzger, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

Harold Marion Smith, B.S., University of Missouri, 1934; M.S., 1948 

Aston Rupert Taylor, B.S., McGill University, 1949; M.S., University of Al- 
berta, 1950 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Lindsey Hammond Horn, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Kentucky, 1948, 1950 
Till Monroe Huston, B.S., M.S., University of Georgia, 1947, 1948 
Maurice Lee Ray, B.S., M.S., University of Arkansas, 1942, 1948 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Allan McCulloch Campbell, B.S., University of California, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN BOTANY 

Cheng-Lee Lee, B.S., National Southwest Associated University, 1943; M.S., 1950 
Peter Andrew Peterson, B.S., Tufts College, 1947 

IN BUSINESS 
Bill Reid Moeckel, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
John Edward Cox, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

George Richard Gillespie, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Eleutherios Ted Houvouras, B.S., West Virginia University, 1944; M.S., 1950 
Quentin Ray Jeffries, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1941; M.S.E., University 
of Michigan, 1947 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Dale Clifton Blomstrom, B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1948, 1950 
Donald Eugene Erasure, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1950 
Robert Heward Doremus, B.S., University of Colorado, 1950; M.S., 1951 
John Jay Drysdale, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950 
Frank Vernon Fair, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1949; M.S., 1951 



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Jeremiah Patrick Freeman, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1950; M.S., 1951 

John Omen Gardner, B.S., 1950 

Merland William Grieb, B.S., M.S., University of Idaho, 1942, 1949 

Herbert Otis House, B.S., Miami University, 1950 

Ralph Oliver Kerr, A.B., Indiana University, 1949; M.S., 1950 

Owen John Koepfe, A.B., Hope College, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Ruth Evalene Koski, B.S., Michigan State College, 1947;. M.S., 1950 

Eugene Alfred Kraiman, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1950; M.S., 1951 

Elwyn Raymond Lovejoy, A.B., Boston University, 1949; M.S., 1950 

Lawrence Harold Mason, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1950 

William Lewis Masterton, B.S., M.S., University of New Hampshire, 1949, 1950 

Bruce Ritchie McGarvey, A.B., Carleton College, 1950; A.M., 1951 

Keith Chadwick Murdock, A.B., A.M., University of Utah, 1948, 1950 

James Donald O'Rourke, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1950; M.S., 1951 

James Maurice Quinn, B.S., St. Procopius College, 1950 

Arthur Melvin Ross, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947 

Patricia Ruth McMillin Saxton, A.B., Radcliffe College, 1950; M.S., 1952 

Carl Paul Schaffner, A.B., Columbia College, 1950 

William Edward Smith, B.Ch.E., M.Ch.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 

1945, 1947 
Roy Thomas Stiehl, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1950, 195 1 
Melvin Tecotzky, B.S., 1948 

Edward David Weil, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1950; M.S., 1951 
George Buckmaster Whitfield, Jr., A.B., Cornell College, 1946; M.S., 195 1 
John Kendall Williams, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950 
Dale Earl Woerner, B.S., Kansas State College, 1949; M.S., 195 1 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Mohamed Fahmy Ghanem, B.S., Farouk First University, 1946; M.S., University 

of California, 1949 
Thein Wah, B.S., University of Rangoon, 1941; M.S., University of Utah, 1948; 

M.S., Harvard University, 1949 
Eugene Milton Zwoyer, B.S., University of New Mexico, 1947; M.S., Illinois 

Institute of Technology, 1949 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Mischa Elliot Friedman, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1948; M.S., 1949 
Myroslow Purko, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN ECONOMICS 

Kuo-Sui Laurence Chang, B.S., Great China University, 1947; M.S., A.M., 1950, 

I9SI 
Jean Margaret Lucinda Mann Due, B.Com., University of Toronto, 1946; M.S., 

1950 
Lewis Langdon Herndon, A.B., Carleton College, 1950; M.S., 1951 
William McKinley Merrill, A.B., Harvard University, 1920; A.M., 1950 
Thomas Eugene Wenzlau, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1950; A.M., 1951 

IN EDUCATION 

Carl Warner Knox, A.B., M.S., 1938, 1941 

Theodore Alvin Nelson, B.S., Knox College, 1928; M.S., 1937 

Elizabeth Hartley Rusk, A.B., 1932; B.J., University of Missouri, 1933; A.M., 

Columbia University, 1935 
Herbert Schiff, B.S., A.M., College of the City of New York, 1948, 1950 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Roger William Burtness, B.S., 1946; A.B., St. Olaf College, 1947; M.S., 1951 
Edward William Schwarz, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 



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IN ENGLISH 

John Christian Bale, A.B., Concordia College, 1948; A.M., 1949 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Ross Taylor Bell, A.B., M.S., 1949, 1951 

Willis Nels Bruce, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1942; A.M., 1947 
Norman Gannon, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

Henry Emil Gray, B.S., A.M., University of Missouri, 1943, 1947 
Herbert Hughes Moorefield, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951; M.S., 1952 
Massoud Varzandeh, A.B., B.S., University of Tehran, 1944, 1945 ; M.S., Univer- 
sity of California, 1950 
John McMaster Wright, A.B., University of Utah, 1939; A.M., 1949 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Marvin Phillip Steinberg, M.Ch.E., M.S., University of Minnesota, 1943, 1949 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Phillip Maxwell Busch, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN GEOLOGY 

Patrick James Sherwood Byrne, B.S., M.S., University of Alberta, 1950, 1951 
John Wayne Shelton, A.B., Baylor University, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Frank Lyons Staplin, B.S., A.M., University of Texas, 1949, 1950 

IN HISTORY 

Searle Franklin Charles, B.S., Butler University, 1946; M.S., University of 
Wisconsin, 1947 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 
Percy Hyman Tannenbaum, B.S., McGill University, 1948; M.S., 1951 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Samuel Eli Benesch, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1950; A.M., 1951 
David Robert Clutterham, A.B., Cornell College, 1945 
Joseph Edward Flanagan, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 
Lester R. Ford, Jr., Ph.B., M.S., University of Chicago, 1949, 1950 
Harold Herbert Fox, A.B., Wabash College, 1943; A.M., University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1948 
Joseph Hashisaki, A.B., University of Montana, 1940; A.M., 1951 
Shigeru Ishii, A.B., A.M., 1949, 1949 
Kung-Sing Shih, M.S., University of Kyoto, 1940 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Beacham Dillaway, B.S.(M.E.), B.S.(Math.), University of Michigan, 

1945; M.S., 1950 
Liang-Neng Tao, B.S., National Chiao-Tung University, 1949; M.S., 1950 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Robert Arnold Cornett, A.B., Cincinnati Bible Seminary, 1943; A.B., Butler Uni- 
versity, 1944; B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1946 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Lillian Edith Hite Haverland, A.B., Hiram College, 1945; A.M., Western 

Reserve University, 1950 
Rene Herman Rochelle, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 
Armond Harold Seidler, B.S., M.S., 1943, 1948 



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IN PHYSICS 

Philip Chapin Fisher, B.S., University of Rochester, 1947 ; M.S., 1948 
Michael Juda Glaubman, B.S., Hebrew University (Jerusalem), 1947; A.M., 

1950 
Joel Smith Lawson, Jr., A.B., Williams College, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Freda Friedman Salzman, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1949; M.S., 1951 > 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 
Victor Joseph Wilson, B.S., M.S., Tufts College, 1948, 1949 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

James Nigel Murray, Jr., A.B., 1947; A.M., Fletcher School of Law and Di- 
plomacy, 1948 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Levarl Merle Gustafson, A.B., A.M., 1947, 1949 

James Edward Mabry, B.S., Al.S., 1947, 1949 

Claude Scott Moss, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1948; M.S., 1950 

John A. Stern, A.B., Hunter College, 1949; M.S., 1951 

IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Hjalmar St. Pierre Sundin, B.S., Dartmouth College, 1946; M.C.E., Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, 1947; M.S., 1949 

IN SPEECH 

Xed Donahoe, A.B., Illinois College, 1936; A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1946 
Genevieve Richardson, B.S., A.M., 1942, 1948 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Arthur Peter Boresi, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Harold Stever Bryan, D.V.M., Michigan State College, 1944; M.S., 1948 
James Eddy Prier, D.V.M., Cornell University, 1946; M.S., 1949 

IN ZOOLOGY 

James Martin Barrett, B.S., M.S., Marquette University, 1947, 1949 
Troy Clyde Dorris, B.Ed., M.S., Southern Illinois University, 1946, 1947 
Robert William Hull, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

Robert Edward Ogren, A.B., Wheaton College, 1947; M.S., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1948 
Mabel Clark Paterson, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1948; M.S., 1950 
Philip Wayne Smith, A.B., M.S., 1948, 1949 
Reuben Torch, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 
Kenyon Stanley Tweedell, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1949 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Mary Lee Hurt, B.S., 1933; M.S., Iowa State College, 1938 

Russell Paul Kropp, B.S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, 1949; A.M., 
West Virginia University, 1950 

Wolfgang Kuhn, B.Mus., M.S., 1936, 1943 

Merritt Charles Oelke, B.S., A.M., University of Houston, 1949, 1950 

Carl William Proehl, A.B., Muhlenberg College, 1939; A.M., Ed.M., 1940, 1950 

Glover Emerson Tully, B.S., A.M., University of Florida, 1936, 1938; Ed.M., 
195 1 

Douglas Sharp Ward, A.B., Drake University, 1932; A.M., University of Chi- 
cago, 1935 



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THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DEGREE 



THE DEGREE OF CIVIL ENGINEER 



Newlin Dolbey Morgan, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1935, 1936 
William Edward Willey, B.S., 1932 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Joan Berkowitz, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1952 

IN ECONOMICS 

Mary Susan Gerdes, A.B., 1946 

IN EDUCATION 

William Grant Black, A.B., Greenville College, 1941 
Dora Jean Dougherty, Ph.B., Northwestern University, 1949 
Florence Hamlish, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1950 
Charles Rennie Hicklin, A.B., Drury College, 1949 
Wayne Lynn Kesinger, A.B., University of Denver, 1949 
Rosalee Robinson, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1948 
Emil Spezia, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1941 
Arvarh Eunice Strickland, A.B., Tougaloo College, 195 1 

IN ENGLISH 

Stanley Lawrance Elkin, A.B., 1952 

Nancy Jean Floyd, A.B., MacMurray College, 1952 

Frances Leonard Hadley, B.S., Wittenberg College, 1938 

Leavitta Brewer Hamilton, B.S., 1947 

Pin Chow Tu, A.B., National Central University, 1943 

IN FRENCH 

Dorothy"Marilyn Drewes, A.B., 1952 

Marjorie Howard Johnson, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1947 

IN GREEK 

Elizabeth Agnes Emily Bryson, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1951 
Euphrosyne Natsi, A.B., University of Thessaloniki, 1947 

IN HISTORY 

3arbara Jean Anderson, A.B., 1948 

Jack Davis, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1952 

Oscar Henry Dodson, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1927 

Robert Edmund Elkin, A.B., Illinois College, 1949 

Margaret Jeanne Larson, B.S., 1949 

Harry Alexander Poole, A.B., 195 1 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Annette Wilson Marple, A.B., University of Rochester, 1949 
Richard Charles McFadden, A.B., Ohio State University, 1951 
David Nichols Ware, A.B., Stanford University, 1952 



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IN PHILOSOPHY 

William John Emblom, A.B., Baldwin-Wallace College, 1950 
William Harold Halberstadt, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1952 
George William Linden, A.B., University of Missouri, 1951 
Myron Julius Lunine, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1951 
Christopher Winston Russell, A.B., Colgate University, 1952 
Robert Emil Ulbricht, A.B., 1952 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Onofre Dizon Corpuz, A.B., University of the Philippines, 1950 

Ralph Eisenberg, A.B., 1952 

James Theoplius Jones, B.S., Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College 

(Arkansas), 1950 
Earl Richard Moses, Jr., B.S., 1952 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Mary Rohling Piech, A.B., 1948 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 
Charles Ellingson Zeleny, A.B., 1939 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Latimer Weldon Garrett, A.B., University of California, 1948 
Lyman Allen Hurd, A.B., University of Michigan, 1950 
Dorothy Riehl Leader, B.S., New York University, 1949 
John Campbell Osoinach, B.S., Cornell University, 1940 

IN SPANISH 

Francisco Ramon Colon, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1948 

Margery Jane Miller, A.B., Grinnell College, 1952 

Evelyn Pildes, A.B., 1951 

Lea Collins Thoeming, A.B., 1951 

IN SPEECH 

Frank Willard Ballard, A.B., Shurtlefr College, 1952 

Philip Russell Hanson, A.B., Washington State College, 1949 

Joseph William Hazzard, B.F.A., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1952 

Thomas Lamont Henry, B.S., Bloomsburg Pennsylvania State Teachers College, 

1931 ; B.D., Butler University, 1937 
Marvin S. Morrison, B.S., 1951 
Melvin Nidetz, B.S., 1951 

Shirley Grace Nolen, B.S., Louisiana State University, 1952 
William George Robertz, A.B., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1951 
Andrew Stecyk, B.S., 1951 

IN STATISTICS 

Arthur Ross Berger, B.S., Southern Methodist University, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Carol Ruth Cripe Tucker, A.B., Cornell College, 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Raymond Francis Brolley, A.B., 1949 

Ruth Rowland Dickman, A.B., Grinnell College, 1947 

IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 

William Luke Burns, Jr., A.B., DePaul University, 1952 



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IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Audrey Grace Dannhauer. A.B., 1951 
Robert Edward Eckels, B.S., 1952 
Duane Roger Gronau, A.B., Illinois College, 1952 
Donald Elwood Northway, B.S., 1952 
Richard Ramis, B.S., 1952 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

James Joseph Curry, B.S., 1952 
Vincent Leo Lombardo, A.B., 1952 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Norma Louise Metter, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Lester Rosin Wheeler, Jr., B.B.A., University of Miami, 1952 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Charles Eugene Erickson, B.S., 1949 

Henry Earl Flitz, B.S., 1951 

Rolland Duane Gustafson, B.S., 1952 

William Howard Heneberry, B.S., 1949 

Robert George Fred Hill, B.S.A., Ontario Agricultural College, 1950 

Lyle Paul Schertz, B.S., 1953 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Robert Morton Edwards, B.S., 1951 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Richard Dean Black, B.S., 1952 
Murray Wayne Forth, B.S., 1948 
Edwin John Monke, B.S., 1950 
Gilbert Frederick Sauer, B.S., 1950 

IN AGRONOMY 

Rashid Ahmad, B.S., M.S., Punjab Agricultural College, 1949, 1951 
Robert Gail Heltsley, B.S., 1952 
Max Edward Sparks, B.S., 1952 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

John Paul Rosborough, B.S., 1951 

Harold Eugene Schendel, A.B., North Central College, 1950 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Burdette Charles Breidenstein, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1952 
Jason Elliott James, A.B., Carthage College, 1952 
Carlos Edward Schoettle, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947 
Donald Eugene Walker, B.S., 1952 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

Ali Zaki El-Hariri, B.Arch., University of Liverpool, 1942 
Murlin Ray Hodgell, B.S., Kansas State College, 1949 
Joseph Hillman Omarzu, B.S., 195 1 



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Roscoe Wendell Phillips, Jr., B.S., Brown University, 1950; B.Arch., Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, 1952 

Robert Wesley Wilson, Jr., B.Arch., Agricultural and Mechanical College of 
Texas, 1950 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

Chester Frank Barszcz, B.S., Alliance College, 1952 
Charles Raymond Puglia, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1952 

IN BOTANY 

Thomas Turpin Bannister, B.S., Duke University, 1951 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Ralph Glenn Kraft, B.S., 1949 
Joseph Charles Kyonka, B.S., 1948 
John Schultz, Jr., B.S., 1952 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Dario Ricardo Cova, B.S., 1951 

Richard Dale Danielson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1951 

Elliott Porter Doane, A.B., Harvard College, 195 1 

Lester Herman Krone, Jr., B.S., Washington University, 1952 

La Verne R. J. McHaney, B.S., Michigan State College, 1952 

John Kampa Munson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1951 

John Emilio Romano, B.Ch.E., College of the City of New York, 1951 

John Henry Sinfelt, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 195 1 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Debabrata Choudhury, B.S., University of Calcutta, 1950 
Helen Snellenberger Cunningham, B.S., Purdue University, 1950 
Peter Joseph Frank, B.S., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1952 
Krishna Chandra Joshi, B.S., M.S., Lucknow University, 1945, 1947 
Sager Daryl Larson, B.S., State College of Washington, 195 1 

IN CITY PLANNING 

Alexander Raymond Nowicki, Jr., B.L.A., University of Florida, 1951 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Raymond Carl Bergendoff, B.S., University of Colorado, 195 1 

Donald Franklin Billet, B.C.E., Syracuse University, 1951 

Robert Henry Boehning, B.S., Purdue University, 195 1 

Frank Coulter Boerger, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

John William Briscoe, B.S.(Cer.Eng.), B.S.(C.E.), 1940, 1947 

Nancy Brazell Brooks, B.Arch., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1950 

Ernest James Capaldo, B.S., Manhattan College, 1952 

Carl Lincoln Carlsson, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1952 

Tien Sun Chang, B.S., 1952 

MANUS Corvanich, B.S., Chulalongkorn University, 1948 

Robert Emmett Crowley, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Shelby Hammond Curlee, B.E., Yale University, 1952 

William George Devens, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Abbas Abdul Adheem El-Mashta, B.S., Farouk First University, 1950 

Thomas Samuel Fry, B.S., 1950 

Henry David Hahn, B.S., 1949 

Samy Hassid, Diploma, Ecole Polytechnic of Lausanne, 195 1 

George LeRoy Haugen, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

Fazlur Rahman Khan, B.E., Bengal Engineering College, 1950 

John Ries Leek, B.S., 1947 



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John M. Marinopoulos, B.S., 1952 

Richard William Mayne, A.B., 1952 

Richard Freeman McAdoo, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

Kenneth Gordon Medearis, B.S., 1952 

Arek Mekertichian, B.S., University of Tehran, 1951 

Edwin Burns Mixon, B.Bldg.Construction, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1949 

Takao Nakashima, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1952 

Wayne Stanley Nichols, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Constantine Antony Panaghiotakis, B.S., M.S., National Technical University, 

1945, 1951 

Varadachart Parthasarathy, B.S., Loyola College, 1944; B.E., Engineering Col- 
lege, 1949; Diploma, Indian Institute of Science, 1951 

William Fuller Pence, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Robert Lee Perkins, B.S., Purdue University, 1947 

Joseph Carl Sciandrone, B.S., University of Kansas, 1948 

Paul William Shuldiner, B.S., 1951 

Lauren Woodrow Singleton, B.S., The Citadel, 1933; M.S., Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, 1934 

Haralambos Manassis Stavrides, M.S., Polytechnic School (Greece), 1951 

John Ember Sterling, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 

Ayet Ozbey Temel, B.S., Robert College, 1952 

Reuben Yuen Fong Tyau, B.S.E., University of Michigan, 1951 

James Henry Withers, B.S., University of Denver, 1949 

Henry Heng Yung, B.C.E., Syracuse University, 1950 

Clement Donald Zawodniak, B.S., University of Connecticut, 1952 

IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Samuel Hutter, A.B., George Washington University, 1948 
Bertram Victor Karpf, B.S., 1947 
William Martin Peterson, A.B., 1950 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Roger Lee Swank, B.S., 1952 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 
Ivan Julius Stern, B.S., 1951 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

Gopala Krishna Murthy, B.S., Central College for Science, 1944 

IN EDUCATION 

Helen Louise Morton Ackerman, B.Mus., 1027 

Jennie Lou Goldsmith Cox, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1944 

Ernest Fremont Cramer, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

Leland Russel Hubert, B.S., 1940 

Robert Vernon Jurgens, B.S., 1948 

Charlotte Evelyn Keplinger, B.S., 1939 

Charline Preston Porter Klausen, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1946 

Lloyd John McElhiney, B.S., 1948 

Richard Cummings McLean, A.B., 1947 

Marjorie Louise Miles, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1947 

Emil Kirk Moore, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

Gerald Leon Obrecht, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947 

Robert Keith Riley, B.S., 1948 

Donald Eugene Schwalbe, B.S., James Millikin University, 1949 

Harold Merle Seip, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1942 

Sonia Tilton Snapp, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1944 

Edith Belle Whitehouse, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1941 



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IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Beatrice Jane Berg, A.B., Illinois College, 1945 
Odele Forrester, A.B., James Millikin University, 1948 
Kathryn Marie Gunier, B.S., Arizona State College, 1951 
Leonard Joseph Lucito, B.S., 195 1 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Dale LeRoy Ashcroft, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1949 

Thomas Earl Beling, B.S., 1952 

Jack Dwight Finley, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 

Jose Goya, Aero.Engr.," Military Academy (Madrid, Spain), 1949 

John Henry Grady, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Harold Walter Grossman, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

Rudolph Chia-chao Hwa, B.S., 1952 

Tetsu Kimura, B.S., Tokyo University, 1951 

Harry Russell Knight, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Miller Minli Lee, B.E.E., Manhattan College, 1952 

William Robert Manlove, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1945 

Edward Lawrence McMahon, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1952 

Jean Baptiste Renondin, B.S., Ecole Superieure d'Electricite (Paris, France), 

1952 
Donald Ralph Rothschild, B.S., University of Michigan, 1952 
Vernon Monroe Smith, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1945 
Irving Tang, B.S., University of California, 1952 

Wilbur Ames Visher, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1949; A.B., Evansville Col- 
lege, 1952 
Douglas Crowther Weaver, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Louis Albert Jansky, A.B., Augustana College, 1950 

Edgar Henry Newel Smith, B.S., University of Western Ontario, 1950 

Robert John Snetsinger, B.S., 1952 

Shyam Wadhwani, B.S., Forman Christian College, 1939; M.S., Benares Hindu 

University, 1941 
Richard Joseph Yero, B.S., 1952 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Harlan Gustave Koch, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Leslie Eugene Martin, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

George Rogala-Sobieszansky, B.S., 1952 

Anthony Sokol, B.S., 1952 

Norman Theodore Stanfield, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

IN GEOLOGY 

Richard Hall Benson, B.S., Marshall College, 1951 

John Albert Burgener, A.B., Macalester College, 1951 

Robert William Doehler, B.S., 1951 

John Brown Droste, B.S., 195 1 

Forest DeRoyce Etheredge, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1951 

David Michael Heinz, B.S., 1952 

Michael Lamont Kidda, B.S., Millsaps College, 1949 

Ronald Michael Lloyd, B.S., 1952 

Guy William Smith, B.S., 1951 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 
Bert J. Seaman, Jr., B.S., 1950 



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IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Alice Daniels Coleman, A.B., University of Louisville, 1943 

Twyla Mae Eagan, B.S., Denver University, 1949 

Alice Julia Forsythe, B.S., Ohio University, 1949 

Barbara Brandel Frank, B.S., 1951 

Bernethea Arthula Mathews, B.S., 195 1 

Virginia Hutton McConnell, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1949 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Wilma Wynette Hollister, B.S., 1952 
Loris Ruth Matthys, A.B., 1945 
Glenellen Musgrave Woodward, B.S., 1948 

IN JOURNALISM 

Ella Irene Cunningham, B.S., 1949 

Gilbert Frank Martin, A.B., 195 1 

Joe Campbell Sutton, B.J., University of Missouri, 1937 

Alan Samuel Yoblon, A.B., New York University, 1952 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Margaret Mae Barks, A.B., Morningside College, 1948 

Rhoda Barry, A.B., University of South Africa, 1949 

Charles Albert Burdick, A.B., University of Southern California, 1950 

George Thomas Couston, B.S., 1952 

Rosa Versella Dean, B.S., Virginia State College, 1946 

Elizabeth Helen Jacqueline Ek, A.B., College of St. Francis, 1952 

Carolyn Walcott Ford, B.S., Tuskegee Institute, 1935 

Barbara Ann Frantz, A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1940; A.M., Vassar College, 

1942 
Helen Louise Garfield, A.B., Radclifre College, 1942 
Louise Hughes Goines, B.S., 1952 

William Roger Holman, B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1950 
Anna Louise Hunt, A.B., Coe College, 1946 
Rita Kalter, A.B., Brooklyn College, 195 1 
Miriam Lichtheim, A.M., Hebrew University, 1939; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 

1944 
Carol Davidson O'Meara, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1950 
George Augustus Summent, A.M., University of Riga, 1944; Ph.D., University of 

Gottingen, 1950 
Chow Loy Tom, B.Ed., University of Hawaii, 1941 ; B.S.(L.S.), 1945 
Billy Milton Woods, A.B., Peru State Teachers College, 1945; B.S.(L.S.), 1947 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Kenneth Albert Dahlgren, A.B., Augustana College, 195 1 

IN MARKETING 
Alan Philip Levin, B.S., 1951 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Thomas Edison Bonner, B.S., Lincoln University, 1943; A.M., 1949 
Peter George Braunfeld, A.B., B.S., University of Chicago, 1949, 1951 
John Baker Chaney, A.B., Ohio State University, 1940 
Robert Joseph Engert, B.S., 1952 
James Donald Hogan, B.S., 1948 

Tom Ludlow Johnston, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 
Burnett Henry Sams, III, B.S., University of Washington, 1951 
Jack Phillip Tull, B.S., 1952 



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IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Mishal Mohamed Hammodat, B.S., 1953 

Lyman Lawrence Hill, Jr., B.S., Michigan State College, 1950 

Lester Hsin-Pei Lee, B.S., 1952 

Loren Nils Montgomery, B.S., Purdue University, 1950 

Katsuhiko Ogata, B.S., Tokyo University, 1947 

Rathnam Venkat Sanga, L.M.E.E., Osmania Technical College, 1941 

Albert John Wiegand, B.S., 1952 

Chiu Sang Wu, B.S., Kyoto University, 1944 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Forrest Kent Campbell, B.Mus., University of Kentucky, 1952 

Vincent Michael Chorne, B.S., 1952 

Joseph Samuel Curatilo, B.S., 1951 

Marshall Dean Erickson, B.S., 1952 

Sheldon Stadel Frank, B.S., 1952 

Eldon Edward Oyen, B.S., 1952 

Frank Robert Preizner, B.Mus., University of Texas, 1952 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Harry Ketchum Campney, Jr., B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1952 

Lawrence Arthur Golding, B.S., 1950 

Nicholas Peter Moutis, B.S., Springfield College, 1952 

Steve Suae, B.S., 1950 

Charles Muzzy Tipton, B.S., Springfield College, 1952 

IN PHYSICS 

Russell Carl Casella, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951 

William Sherwood Holman, A.B., Central College, 1947 

John Joseph Kovaly, B.S., Muskingum College, 1950 

Rolf Eugene Lindquist, B.S., 1952 

John Kenneth Robe, B.S., 1951 

Milton William Valenta, B.S., 1952 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

George Calvin Graham, A.B., Emmanuel Missionary College, 1950 

Joseph Garth Lambright, B.S., 1951 

Daniel Charles Ludwig, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1951 

Merle Herbert Pindell, A.B., 1948 

IN RECREATION 

Ahmed Raafat Abd-el-Aziz, Diploma, Higher Institute of Physical Education 
(Cairo), 1940 

IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Mouris Abdelmessih Bishay, B.S., Farouk First University, 1949 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Charles Edward Butterfield, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Robert Samuel Goldberg, B.S., 1951 

Carolyn Jean Huey, B.S., Arizona State College, 1952 

Paul Charles Lippold, B.S., 1951 

G. Reinhold Mankau, B.S., 1952 

Faye Evelyn Pickinpaugh, B.S., Arizona State College, 1952 

William Herbert Sippel, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 

Helen Earleen Swanson, B.S., 1952 

Mildred Anna Vitek, B.S., 195 1 



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IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Frederick George Bauling, B.S., 1949 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Lyle Eugene Hanson, Ph.B., Northland College, 1942; D.V.M., Michigan State 
College, 1950 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Jeanne Ruth Holden, B.S., 1952 

Nancy Louisa Schwarz, B.S., Queens College, 1952 

Ayere Yusa, B.S., Marquette University, 1952 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Despy Skourlas Ballew, A.B., New Jersey College for Women, 1941 

Evelyn Berkowitz, B.Mus., Boston University, 1941 

Donald Lee Bryan, B.Mus., 1952 

Jerrie Marie Girard Cadek, B.Mus., Curtis Institute of Music, 1952 

Charles Allen Gove, B.Mus., 1952 

Theodore Charles Lange, B.Mus., 1952 

George Hazard Lucktenberg, B.Mus., 1952 

Mary Helen Rasmussen, A.B., University of New Hampshire, 1952 

Marjorie Ruth Schlamp, B.Mus., Indiana University, 195 1 

Peggy H. Stone, B.Mus., 1952 

Darius Louis Thieme, A.B., Bard College, 1951 

Robert Copeland Van Nuys, B.Mus., Indiana University, 1950 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

George Warren Allison, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

Raymond Leslie Bess, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

John Charles Bohan, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 

Betty Louise Britt, A.B., A.M., Bob Jones College, 1946, 1948 

Donald Wayne Buckley, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1946 

Adam Anthony Burniski, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1938 

Gene James Buwick, B.S., 1951 

Billy Talbert Byers, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Wallace Eugene Carpenter, B.S., 1949 

Agnes Harriet Carr, B.S., Gallaudet College, 1945 

Earl Winston Carr, B.S., Union University, 1930; M.S., Iowa State College, 1932 

Courtney Borden Cazden, A.B., Radcliffe College, 1946 

Ahalya Chari, A.B., University of Rangoon, 1941 ; A.M., Benares University, 

1943; B.Ed., Central Institute of Education (Delhi), 1952 
Virginia Alice Childress, A.B., McKendree College, 1946 
Dwaine Love Crane, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Mary Kay Culver, B.S., 1951 

Donald Lewis Dawson, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Joseph John Doering, B.S., 195 1 

William Murrel Floyd, B.S., University of Dubuque, 1950 
Mecie Ethelbelle Franklin, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1950 
John Richard Herbert George, B.S., 1952 
Dorothy Eileen Greathouse, A.B., 1950 
Elinor Elizabeth Griffin, A.B., Huntington College, 1921 ; A.M., Columbia 

University, 1927 
Barbara Ruth Heinz, A.B., 1948 

Lyle J. Henderson, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1940 
Ellen Marie Parker Hofsteater, B.S., Gallaudet College, 1928 
Edward Gerald Hogan, Ph.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1952 
Arne Holter, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1933 



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Donald Roy Hudgins, B.S., 1950 

Darrell James Inabnit, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1939; A.M., 1948 
Philip Blaine Kalar, Jr., B.S., 195 2 

Elizabeth Little Kell, B.S., Southern Illinois Normal University, 1950 
Bolek Paul Komisar, B.S., State Teachers College (North Adams, Massachu- 
setts), 1951 
Betty Jane White Kuzmanic, B.S., 1946 

Arthur Eric Lundahl, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1950 
Deonne Mann, B.S., 1951 

Freddie William Meyer, Jr., B.S., Murray State Teachers College, 1951 
Arthur Theodore Michalek, B.S., 1952 
Elton Miller, Jr., B.S., 1951 
Mary Ella Newton, B.S., 1950 

Marjorie Cosgrove Nolen, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Mary Elizabeth Nutt, A.B., MacMurray College, 1948 
Ruth Elizabeth Olin, B.S., 1951 

Damon D. Reach, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1934 5 A.M., 1937 
Juanita Irene Rose, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1950 
Hollis Raymond Sallee, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947 
Rosalyn Haskin Saltz, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1950 
Jonathan Charles Sharp, A.B., Greenville College, 1949 
Edith Muriel Shennan, A.B., MacMurray College, 1952 
Roger Wayne Siegworth, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 
Ralph Frederick Soelzer, A.B., 1952 
James Frederick Staff, B.S., Greenville College, 1952 
LeRoy Virgil Stoldt, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Virginia Louise Stoops, A.B., Illinois College, 1934 
Grant Wilson Storckman, B.S., 195 1 
Hiromu Takemura, B.S., Hiroshima University, 1935 
James Milton Thorson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1940 
Mee Lin Tom, B.Ed., University of Hawaii, 1943 

Paul Edward Waldrop, Jr., B.S., East Carolina Teachers College, 1951 
Harold Peter Yung, B.S., 1950 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK 

Karine E. Anderson, B.S., 1951 

Emma Kathryn Melcher Christiansen, A.B., 1950 

Wanda Lee Cecelia Doyle, B.S., 1950 

Joan Clare Eccles, Ph.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1949 

Jack Elden Emmons, A.B., Northern Michigan College of Education, 1948 

Howard Burdette Johnson, A.B., Augustana College, 1948 

Leonard Christian Larsen, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1951 

Meyer Eugene Pollack, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1949; A.B., Roosevelt 

College, 1950 
Sally Schonholz, A.B., New Jersey College for Women, 1951 
Norbert Allen Simon, B.S., George Williams College, 1951 
Chiaki Takizawa, B.S., University of Utah, 1944 
Helen Grace Wages, A.B., Anderson College, 1947 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 
Mary Ann Chenoweth, B.F.A., University of Denver, 1950 

IN ART HISTORY 
Charles Harry Juister, B.S., 1951 



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IN PAINTING 

Joan Fay Edelman, B.F.A., Washington University, 1951 

Robert Ernst Marx, B.F.A., 1951 

Delores Bouras Wallace, B.F.A., 1950 

William Roger Ward, B.S., Ball State Teachers College, 195 1 

Donald Louis Weygandt, B.F.A., Washington University, 1951 

Edward Luckey Wolfley, Jr., B.F.A., John Herron Art School, 195 1 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWS 

Sunil Kanti Ghosh, A.B., Patna College, 1937 ; B.L., Ravenshaw College, 1939 
Harvey Jordon Jernigan, B.S., University of Florida, 1931 ; LL.B., John B. 

Stetson University, 1948 
Thomas Rex Walenta, B.S., University of Idaho, 1926; LL.B., University of 

Minnesota, 1933 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Clarence Vernon Dickey, B.S., M.S., 1948, 195 1 

Wilma Louise Johnson, B.S., University of Idaho, 1940; M.S., Colorado Agri- 
cultural and Mechanical College, 1949 



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HONORS 

Candidates presented by Coleman Roberts Griffith, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Provost of the University 

CO-VALEDICTORIANS 

Richard Lee Cummins, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Josephine Pauline Smania, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of French 
Nancy Ellen Waxler, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

CO-SALUTATORIANS 

John Ludwig Muerle, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
George Charles Wagner, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

BRONZE TABLET 

Jay Donald Adkisson, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Donald Michael Bohrer, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Administration 

Charles Roy Boughton, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Speech 

Ralph David Butler, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Richard Lee Cummins, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sara Williams Davison, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Speech 

Judith Ann Duffin, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising Design 

Elmer Ellis Ewing, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Marilyn McCown Foster, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Tevis Cooper Freeman, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering 

Lowell Lee Getz, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Donald Eugene Goss, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Betty Shiela Greenberg, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

James Alexander Hanley, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Alfred Katsumi Higashi, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Barbara Jean Hill, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Ruth Audrey Ivey, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

Jerry Leon Kaswan, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Dolores Lillian Lapaitis, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

James Bruce Lubin, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 

Joanna McBride, Bachelor of Science in Music Education 

Donald Eugene McCormack, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Raymond Vladas Miezelis, Bachelor of Science in Management 

John Ludwig Muerle, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Donald Val Osborne, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine 

Robert Kessler Painter, Bachelor of Science in Management 

Sherwood Ira Parker, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

John Donald Pulliam, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Paul Eugene Raabe, Bachelor of Science in Education 

Chih-Tang Sah, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and in Engineering 

Physics 
Daniel Francis Schoeberle, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 
Stuart Walter Scott, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 
Earl Law Sloan, III, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 
Josephine Pauline Smania, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of French 
Robert Dennis Stoll, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 
Roland S. Strawn, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
Dominic Joseph Valesano, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 
James Arthur Waggoner, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 
George Charles Wagner, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
Nancy Ellen Waxler, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mary Margaret Weeg, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 
Marilyn Jean Welsch, Bachelor of Science in Music Education 
Robert Charles Woelfel, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 
Morton Louis Zimmerman, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Candidates presented by Robert R Hudelson, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Agriculture 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AGRICULTURE 



Ezra Benjiman Aberle 

Jay Donald Adkisson, with High 

Honors 
John Alpers, Jr. 
Dean Frederic Anderson 
David Kenly Ashbrook 
Henry Harrison Barnhart, with 

Highest Honors 
Gordon Eugene Beck 
John Henry Boewe 
Charles Lloyd Bolster 
Ralph Eugene Bourland 
John Allen Britt 
Jeff Brooks 

James Richard Brown, with Honors 
Milton Ralston Brown, with High 

Honors 
John Henry Burkhart 
John Castle Clark 
Richard Dale Cook 
Roger Lee Courson, with High Honors 
John Henry Craig, Jr. 
Jerry Arnold Crist 
William Owen Cunningham, with 

High Honors 
Robert Giller Curtiss, with Honors 
Richard Nelson Davis 
Walter William Denby, with Honors 
Robert Michael Donovan 
Ravonne Dowell, with Highest Honors 
James Joseph Elson, with High 

Honors 
Richard Melvin Esworthy 
Robert Faith, Jr. 
Dale Frederick Feaster, with High 

Honors 
Robert Grant Fields, with Highest 

Honors 
Donald James Flaherty 
Thomas Patrick Flattery 
James Allen Fleming 
Gerald David Fox, with Honors 
Philip Wendell Gates 
Elmer Claus Gerlach, with Honors 
Kenneth Daniel Getz, with Honors 
John Arthur Gilbert 
James William Gill, with High 

Honors 
Robert Dean Goben 
Kevin Dale Gorman, with Highest 

Honors 
Carl Leslie Gowler 
Ralph Stetson Gray 



William Leo Green 

Donald Ray Griffith, with Honors 

Robert Earl Grossmann 

Ralph Duane Gullett 

Marvin Arthur Gummersheimer 

Richard Bairstow Hall 

Robert Dean Heberer 

Joseph David Henderson, with Honors 

William Howard Herriott, with 

Honors 
Glenn Myron Holmes 
William Henry Honore 
Donald Dean Hopwood, with High 

Honors 
Norman James Hughes 
Leon Philip Issert 
John Theodore Jachera 
Robert Erwin Jacobson 
Donald LeRoy Jessen, with Honors 
Charles Lee Joley 
William Clifford Jones 
David Jerome Kallal 
Robert William Keefer 
Richard Wayne Kemp 
Robert Lynn Kinser 
Raymond Earl Koontz 
Raymond Joseph Kristufek, Jr. 
Joseph Herbert Landon 
Robert Stanley Largent 
James Grady Linsley 
Kenneth Norman Little 
Robert Allen Little 
Robert Leo Lowe 
John Kearns Lynch 
Norman Ray Madison, with Highest 

Honors 
Richard Louis Maloney 
Alexander Albert Manz 
John Arthur Marshall 
Charles Dwayne Martin, with 

Honors 
Donald Lee Masters 
William Elton McAllister 
William Frederick McCarty, Jr. 
Donald Eugene McCormack, with 

Highest Honors 
Elbert Clyne McIntire 
Joe Dean Meller 
Harry Edward Melton 
Wayne Norbert Meyer, with High 

Honors 
William Clyde Miller 
Paul Garland Moe, with High 

Honors 



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Virgil Lindel Molinarolo, with 

Honors 
Joseph Meagher Moran, Jr. 
Robert Francis Moynihan 
Malden Charles Nesheim, with High 

Honors 
Robert Pierce Newlin 
Paul Levi Parsons 
Donald Lavern Pepper 
Peter Allen Peterson 
Robert Lee Randall 
Robert Clark Rankin, Jr. 
Melvin William Rapp 
James Thomas Reeder 
Donald Richard Rehner 
Jack Monroe Ridner 
Henry Harry Riechman 
Richard Arthur Riley 
Ralph George Ritter, with Honors 
Charles Benton Rizer 
John Henry Rodeffer, with Honors 
Nelson David Rodelius 
Carroll Bennett Roodhouse 
James Elmer Ross 
Raymond Ernest Rothfelder 
Martin Ruch, Jr. 
Leo Vincent Ryan 



Winfield Lawrence Samuelson, with 

Honors 
Burl Junior Satterfield 
Clarence August Schlueter 
Leroy Herman Schuster 
John Riley Shackelford 
Loren Edward Shaw 
William Earl Sieveking 
Howard Laverne Simmons 
Richard Owen Soldner 
Jerre William Staley 
James Ferdinand Steinkamp 
Dennis George Summers 
Wayne Everett Talbot 
Chellis Eugene Taylor 
William Alan Thompson 
Robert Victor Torsberg 
Robert Arthur Tuttle 
Richard Lloyd Vetter, with High 

Honors 
Glenn Alan Wainwright 
Lowell Eugene Warner 
Charles Lee Wheeler, with Honors 
John Edward Wier 
Donald Richard Williams 
Arthur Carl Witte 
Richard Conrad Zembrod 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



Erwin William Albrecht 
Laurence Robert Byrne 
William Franklin Kalbas, 
Honors 



Charles Melvyn Amrine 
Paul Borik 

Kenneth Irwin Felderman, 
Honors 

Kenneth Ewald Carlson 



with 



Harry Russell Pikaar 
Arlan John Scheidenhelm 
Richard Wayne Webber 



IN FLORICULTURE 



with 



Sarah Catherine Gain 
Charles James Zeman 



IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Heinz Chaim Mannheim 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Marian Eleanor Anderson 
Helen Joan Artigues 
Mary Joan Baird 
Barbara Jeanne Baker 
Wanda Viola Bloomquist 
Mary Mitchem Bowers 
Beverly Jean Brown 
Esther Joan Bruder 
Phyllis Ann Clark 
Kathryn Lucille Clifford 
Suzanne Ruth Cohen 
Sandra Fay Cohon 
Mary Elizabeth Crawford 
Dorothy Lorraine Faulds 
Jeanette Gilchrist 
Jeannien Adelle Gustavison 
Marilyn Joyce Hartley 
Helen Ray Hine 



Lorraine Bertha Hofmann, with 

Honors 
Carolyn Mary Johnson, with High 

Honors 
Barbara Jane Krueger, with Honors 
Carolee Little 
Ferol Irene Martin 
Mary Lee Mefford 
Marilyn Meiselman 
Winifred Lambright Moore 
Peggy Glawe Nichols 
Rachael Ann O'Byrne 
Mary Lou Pate 
Alice Eugenie Patrick 
Leila Jean Plumb 
Carole Joan Podzimek 
Joan Marie Prindiville 
Beverly Joan Reeves 



[2 S ] 



Jeanette Mary Saule 
Anita Mae Stahl 
Bertha Mae Sternberg 
Carol Ewing Sutton 
Joanne Marie Turner 
Josephine Ann Turner 



Mary Baird Walker 
Betty Smith Weddell 
Jacquelyn Ruth White 
Muriel Lorraine Wills 
Janet Lee Wisely 
Berta Jane Wyant 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Jan Elizabeth Arensman, with 

Honors 
Mary Genevieve Barlow, with 

Honors 
Helen Jane Brubaker, with High 

Honors 
Orpha Elizabeth Crook 
Gladys Jean Dodd 
Edith Bassler Duewer 
Virginia Anne Fisher 
Mary Lee Hill 



Eloise Ivers 

Mary Ann Lacy, with Honors 

Doris Bernice Leith 

Eleanor Ely Mainey 

Marilyn June Minks, with Honors 

Laura Mae Mollet 

Barbara Mae Murphy 

Diana Louise Nainis 

Marilyn Jewel Polk 

Harriet Annette Seymour 



IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE 



Paul Eugene Brown 



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THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



Candidates presented by William Littell Everitt, E.E. 
Dean of the College of Engineering 



Ph.D. 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Ronald Phillips Arnold 
John Gernon Burns 
Richard Michael Cole 
John Warren Kiefer, with Honors 
Thomas George Konrad 
Kenneth Charles Kopp, with Honors 
Arthur Earl Lohmeyer 
John Richard Mihatovic 
Frederick Foster Mobley, with High 
Honors 



Edwin Francis Perlman 
Lembit Pottsepp, with Honors 
Donald Robert Simpson 
Donald Clarence Sund 
John William Suttles 
Iryin James Webster 
Rex Allen Whitehurst 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



John Arthur Anderson 

George Fred Deihs, Jr. 

Donald Peter Diemer, with Honors 

Cleon Julius Elmore 



Joseph William Haas, with Honors 
John Knox Mainey 
Robert Hamrin Stasell 
Donald Gene Zook 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



William Rudolph Bratschun 
Robert Bruce Foxall 
Raymond Philip Janke 



Donald Richard Lathrop 
Robert Carl Mertens 
Gene Iryin Thomasson 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Richard Eugene Aten 

George Wilson Barber 

Fredrick Richard Beckmann 

Irwin Lawrence Branecki 

Ronald Joseph Bronson 

Lawrence Frank Coffill 

George Douglas Conlee 

Jerald Bernard Conroy 

Byron James Eddy 

William Joseph Fuzzi 

Ted Lewis Garrison, with Honors 

John William Henry 

Harold Fred Honath, with High 

Honors 
Edwin Whipple Houser 
Herbert William Johnson 
James Frederick Kaar 
Pryce LaRue Keagle 
William Clyde Kenley 
Roy Philip Keslin 
Otto Louis Larsen 
Ramon Saro La Russo 
Norman Joseph Latker 
Saul Olimpico Libman 
James Bruce Lubin, with Honors 
Khalid Shakir Mahmoud 
Dohn Harlow Mehlenbacher 
Mitchell Joseph Mikula 
George Maurice Miller 



Victor Lawrence Morayek 

Peng Khoon Ng, with Honors 

L. Dow Xichol, III 

Ralph Richard Perry, Jr. 

William Joseph Pichon 

Garland Glenn Riley 

Arthur Morton Robinson 

William Albert Ross 

Leroy John Ruesch, with Honors 

William Robert Scherwat 

Charles Leland Sheppard 

Clarence Joseph Sikorski 

Jerome C. Smith 

Walter Fred Stanke, with Honors 

Robert Dennis Stoll, with Honors 

Benjamin Frank Svoboda 

Donald Edward Thompson 

Budimir D. Tosic 

Kwang-Xan Tuan 

Kenneth John Twohey, with Honors 

Robert Leroy Watson, Jr. 

Charles Kenneth Weatherford 

Harold Christian Wieland 

John Wesley Witters 

Raymond Frank Wojcieszak 

Meou Geoffrey Tsen Yeh, with 

Honors 
George William Zuurbier 



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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Akram Sabir Abdul-Kadir 
Allan William Anderson, Jr. 
Paul Melvin Aney, with Honors 
John McBride Ashbrook 
Kenneth Earl Barnett 
James Wesley Berkovec 
James William Bishop 
George Vincent Bonk 
Roger Lewis Boone 
Robert Charles Coffeen 
Erhardt Paul Deuschle 
Robert Jack Deyo 
Raymond Leonard Eckman, with 

Honors 
Naji Haddawy Elseaidi 
Raymond Fred Elsner 
Lloyd Roger Engelbrecht 
Robert Everett Fairbanks 
George Latus Ferguson 
Jaime Zuleta Gonzalez 
Edward Douglas Groebe 
George James Haruch 
Walter Paul Herbold 
Alfred Katsumi Higashi, with High 

Honors 
Raymond Wendel Honey, with Honors 
Robert Fermon Hoyt 
Jerry Leon Kaswan, with High 

Honors 
Benny Lee King 
John Albert Klacka 
Wesley Willard Knight 
Paul Fox Koehler, Jr. 
William Herman Krebs 
Charles Louis Krone 
Floyd John Kruenegel 



Richard John Kujak 
John James Labno 
Perry William Larsen 
Donald Cecil Lincicome 
Thomas Joseph Madden, Jr. 
Robert Harold Marquardt 
Duane David McCurdy 
Donald William McCurry 
William Metzger 
James Edward Meyers 
Edward Ralph Middleton 
Francis Arthur Morse 
John Ludwig Muerle, with High 

Honors 
Otis Sachio Nakamura 
Martin Joseph O'Neill 
Alvaro Ortega Ortega 
John Gardner Powell 
Harold Sayford Rasmussen 
Robert Howard Redfearn 
Donald Herman Rice 
Jaime Romero-Toro 
Monte Ross 

Chih-Tang Sah, with High Honors 
Jimmie Ray Shields 
Roland S. Strawn, with Honors 
Donald Eihl Sweet 
Richard Apland Swenson 
John Paul Tisevich, with Honors 
George Charles Wagner, with High 

Honors 
Edward Jennings Weidner 
Henry Goff Williams, Jr. 
Theodore Say Hung Yee 
Kung-Chie Yeh, with Honors 
Hwa-Nien Yu, with Honors 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 



Charles Ray Chubb 

James Roger Connell 

John Charles Fatz, with Honors 

Theodore August Martin 

Fred Brandon Nimtz 

Richard Cox Quinlan 



Chih-Tang Sah, with High Honors 
Harlan Eugene Schone 
Earl Law Sloan, III 
James Arthur Waggoner, with High 
Honors 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 



Albert William Albrecht, Jr. 
Robert Harold Anderson, with Honors 
James Richard Barber 
Carl Julius Beert 
Peter Leo Cattapan 
Donald Walker Horton 
William George Huber 
Donald Elmer Huffman 



James Jay Keller 
Duane Martin Loofbourrow 
Donald William McGrue 
Willard Vincent Putz 
Donald Chris Rockholm 
Melvin Rudich 
Thomas Carroll Schrader 
Daniel Robert Siewert, Jr. 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Eric Edwin Aagaard 
Stanley Aloysius Appelt 
Curtis Kermit Baker 
John Joseph Bartoletti 
Edward Clayton Beach 



Richard Edward Beckmann 

Elmer Irving Beeny 

Roger Charles Blake 

Eugene Jerome Blunt 

Donald Reid Burnett, with Honors 



[28] 



Kenneth Albert Busche 
Steve George Chechopoulos 
A. Berchard Coppens, Jr. 
William Lawson Corley 
Robert Thomas Coughlin, with 

Honors 
Gerald David Davis 
Arden Chester Degner 
Robert Anthony Dezelick 
John Ora Edmunds 
Burzoe Khushro Ghandhi 
Charles Dean Glenn 
Ronald Thomas Goe 
John Hannes Grtmson, Jr. 
William Joseph Haley 

MlSHAL MOHAMED HaMMODAT 

Ronald Gordon Hansen 

Melton Adams Hatch 

Richard Isamu Higashi 

Richard Cecil Hill 

Donald William Hoeck 

Edward Charles Holmblad 

Walter Stacy Hulvey 

Arthur Helge Joxsson 

Donald Frank Judd 

George John Klesty 

Donald Charles Krahe, with Honors 

Harold Eugene Larson 

Douglas Russell Leader 

Edwin Stanley Levitan 

Joseph James Lusco 

David Edwin Martin 

Dean Wallace Martin 

James Stuckey McCormack 

Paul Frederick Metzger 



James Howard Mueller 

Philip Meriweather Mueller, with 

Honors 
Walter Irwin Nelson, Jr. 
George Edward Nero 
John Ralph Niesen 
Wayne Robert Nixon 
Donald Edwin Novy 
Lawrence Frank Paulsen 
Charles Donald Pressman 
Robert Pendleton Quinlan 
Gonzalo Ramirez-Rodriguez 
Ike Davis Rea 
John Edward Reilly 
Charles Rezac 
Evan Dale Roberts 
James Morton Rovelstad 
Donald John Roy 
Stanley Ian Rzepecki 
Robert Eugene Schnurstein, with 

Honors 
Daniel Francis Schoeberle, with 

High Honors 
John Weyland Sears 
John Edward Seepe, with Honors 
Takeo Shibata 
Burton Lee Siegal 
Harold John Sinder, with High 

Honors 
James Arthur Smith 
Richard Robert Smith, with Honors 
Robert Michael Stephen 
David Aloysius Ward 
John Noel Williams 
Ronald Frank Zitko 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



August John Alexander 
Roy Lee Athey 
William Bruce Bond 
James Weir Dobbin 
Richard James Dvorak 
Robert Bernard Fisher 



William Edward Heitmann, with 

Honors 
Edward Kazuk 
John Raymond Lulay 
John George Scherer 
Robert Burton Snow 



Denis John Bobka 
John Bratton 
Carl Alfred Magnusson 
Kay Donohoo Parks 



IN MJNING ENGINEERING 



Harold Christian Rolseth 
Jerry William Schweiker 
Donald Cyril Simpson 
James Patrick Snider 



IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 



Frank Wayne Hill 



[29] 



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates presented by Henning Larsen, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



David Leroy Abel 

Ibrahim Ali Abu-Lughod 

Eleanor Doris Allen, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Elizabeth Casler Anderson 
Sandra May Anderson 
Nancy Carolyn Andrews 
Merwin B. Auslander 
Elbert Baker Baldridge 
Sandra Balin 
Carol Louise Bauer 
Janet Avis Beedy, with Honors in 

Spanish 
Karl Berolzheimer, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Jeannette Irene Biedo 
William McKinley Blaine, Jr. 
Eleanor Theresa Bohacek 
Babette Joy Bomash 
John Richard Bosworth 
Dan Tom Bourbulas 
J. Leeds Bower 
Robert Curtis Brown, with Honors in 

History 
Dolores Amanda Brownlee 
Jackie Dale Brummer 
Julia Mary Buchunas 
Wilber James Bunting 
Daniel Cain 
Ruth Lillian Cale 
Thomas Theodore Chapin 
Dolores Chenkin 
Frank Louis Clark 
James Alex Clarkson 
Mary Esther Cleland 
Edward Richard Cohn 
Edward White Collins 
Janet Conger 
Peter David Couch, with High Honors 

in Psychology 
John Maurice Courtney 
David William Dean 
Norman Lee Dean ' 
James Conway Decker 
Ruth Jeanne Dickson, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Donald Charles Dietemann 
Edward Raymond Donnelly 
Joyce Ann Donner 
James Malone Edwards, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
Harold Albert Ehrlich 
Virginia Alice Erickson 



John Edward Favero, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Charles Ezra Fidler 
Sybil Fishman 
Charlotte Ann Fitzpatrick 
Patrick James Fleming 
Carolyn Flesher 
Jeanne Ann Fricke 
Rosie C. Fujikawa 
Marvin Homer Gesell 
Ruth Ann Getz 
Shirley Ann Giesecke 
Sharon Yola Gorewit 
Carolyn Wilson Graf 
Conway Knight Graves 
Betty Shiela Greenberg, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Gwendolyn Louise Greene 
Carol M. Greenspan, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
Norman Greisman 
Paula Jean Griffith 
Clifford Ernest Harkness, Jr. 
Suzanne Joy Harper 
Diane Mae Hawes 
Joyce Sidney Hays 
Nancy Louise Heater 
Richard Joseph Heiman, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Anne Marie Heitzman 
Harry Edward Hellmuth, Jr. 
Donald Edward Heneberry 
Robert Samuel Henke 
Harry Charles Henriksen 
Charlotte Herlinger 
Emerson Wallace Hilker, with 

Honors in History 
Barbara Jean Hill, with Highest 

Honors in French 
Robert Vernon Hill 
Joyce Ann Hinrichs, with Honors in 

Rhetoric 
Jean Elizabeth Hodgson 
Norman Elroy Holland 
Barbara Lois Holmes 
Lynette Sue Howe, with Honors in 

Philosophy 
Exia Charlotte Huckel 
Kenneth Sherman Jacobs, Jr. 
Ethan Basil Janove 
Donald Earl Janssen 
Hal Raymond Jeffers 
Richard Berry Johnston, with Honors 

in English 



[30] 



Shirley Ann Jorgensen, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Sibyl Lou Kagen 
Helen Boydex Kalil 
Gerald Adolf Kaminski 
Betty Keefer 
Alice Jean Keller 
Mary Sabina Kent 
Portia Mantynband Kern- 
Eugene Kersting, Jr., with High 

Honors in French 
Hugh Alan Klein 
Emil John Klingenfus 
Virginia Caroline Koch 
Donald Robert Koehn, with High 

Honors in Philosophy 
Eila Mirjam Kokkinen 
Thad Lawrence Kowalski, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Sarah Rae Kuenstler 
John Henderson Lambie 
Dolores Lillian Lapaitis, with 

Highest Honors in English 
Howard Lee 
John Walter Leskera, with Honors 

in Political Science 
James Armstrong Limbert 
Judith Ann Lindstrom, with Honors 

in Sociology 
Dolores Darrington LobdelC 
Marilyn Lucille Lowe 
Alice Ruth Luckow 
Barbara Born Lucy 
Sue Lurie 

Mary Margaret MacTaggart 
Robert Junji Maeda, with Honors in 

the History of Art 
Charles Marshall Mallen 
Joan Elinore Mandel 
Jacqueline McKinstry Maret 
John Eugene Martin 
Patricia Jean Mason 
Anna Wilhelmina Mayer 
Mary Eileen McClellan 
Mary Joan McCloud 
James Russell McCosh 
Lloyd Leslie McDaniel 
Anne McElroy 
Richard Griffith McGuire 
Harold Charles McKenney, Jr. 
John Shaw McMillan 
Arvin Stevenson Messer 
Martha Mary Messner 
Elizabeth Shurtleff Miller 
Terez Diane Miller 
Patricia Marie Modlin 
James Douglas Montgomery 
Amos Sylvester Moore 
Arnold Edward Moser 
Bernard Leonard Moshel, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Joanne Elizabeth Moyer 
Margaret Mary Mulligan, with 

Honors in English 



Bonnie June Munro 

Jane Ann Munsterman 

Marlys Edith Nelson, with High 

Honors in International Affairs 
Norman Joseph Osherman, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Marilou Ann Osinske, with Honors in 

Political Science 
John Bowen Palenske 
Charles Lee Palmer, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Irmalee Payne, with High Honors in 

English 
William Alan Perry 
Bryce Redmon Peterson, with High 

Honors in English 
Rose Marie Picciuca 
Donald Clinton Potter 
Mary Emma Price 
John Donald Pulliam, with Highest 

Honors in History 
Louis Todd Ratzesberger 
Salo Rebhan 
Caroline Ruth Rees, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Raymond Kenneth Rhoads, with 

Honors in Philosophy 
Muriel Ann Richburg 
Mary Lou Richie 
Virginia Lee Ritson 
Helen Louise Robnett, with Highest 

Honors in Psychology 
John Philip Rooney 
Naomi Rosen 
Roberta Russell 
Richard Sanford Sawislak 
Lawrence Donald Schectman 
Arthur Michael Schiller 
John Patrick Schmacker 
Marion Louise Schoene 
Barbara Estelle Shannon- 
Charles LaMar Shean, Jr. 
Rita Louise Sheehan 
Phyllis Coventry Shepherd, with 

High Honors in French 
Serna Rebecca Silverstein, with 

High Honors in Spanish 
Robert Harold Skigen 
Flora Ann Slutzker 
Everett Gorsuch Smith, Jr., with 

High Honors in Geography 
Claire Florence Somerfield 
Isabelle L. Sorbie, with Highest 

Honors in Latin-American Studies 
Elaine Vivian Stark 
Lois Lesser Stein- 
Gordon Allan Stockman 
Gail Pauline Stoker 
Martha Lee Swearingen 
Jerome Norman Taylor 
Richard Leon Thies 
Leland Stanford Thompson 
Bonna Jean Tiangco 
Thielma Leonor Tirol 



[31] 



Gilda Greenberg Tunis 

Richard Quinton Underwood 

Bea Ann VanDenburgh 

Robert John Vinsec 

Nicholas Gerald Vivona 

Allen James Vornsand, with Honors 

in Latin- American Studies 
Ella Jean Walker 
Philip Henry Ward, Jr., with High 

Honors in Economics 
Leo Douglas Watson 
Nancy Ellen Waxler, with Highest 

Honors in Sociology 



William Julius Wechter 
Geraldine Marsha Werner, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Donald Eugene Westbrook 
Eugene Thomas White 
Geri Laura Wolf, with Highest 

Honors in Spanish 
Wayne George Woltman, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Mary Jo Wylder 
Sheldon Arthur Yefsky 
Roberta Marie Zarmin 
Elaine Edith Zidell 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Lillian Hornetta Adams 

Rhea Eileen Baker 

Vivian Nellie Doering, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Aloysius Dreger 
Joan Jacobi Golder 
Ora Welcher Harding, with Highest 

Honors 
Ruth Audrey Ivey, with Highest Honors 
Gloria Jean Medow McCartney 
Audrey Kathleen McCubbin 
Elizabeth Compton Palmer, with 

High Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 

Josephine Pauline Smania, with Highest Honors 



William Bartholomew Philleo 

Anne Marie Potthast 

Barbara Ann Schoffen 

Janet Louise Stearn 

Barbara Jean Townes 

Margaret Joan Turnbow 

Mary Margaret Weeg, with Highest 

Honors 
Janet White 
Dolores Vera Zajicek 
Louise Zwicky 



IN THE TEACHING OF LATIN 



Audrey Virginia Decker 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



James Russell Anderson, with High 

Honors 
Judith Karp Blair 
John Raymond Dvorak" 
Sheldon Zellick Fisher 
Donna Rae Harmsen 
Betty Ellen Hoigard 
Lura Jean Link, with Honors 
George Garrett Mathews 
James Charles McConnell, with 

High Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

Miriam Kay Arentsen, with High 

Honors 
Donna Josephine Green 



Richard John Mueller 
Daniel Joseph Petromilli, with 

Highest Honors 
June Lois Rappaport 
Janice Elaine Rowlands 
Thomas Joseph Saab 
George Stulik, Jr. 
George Hansen Wahl 
George Roland Wendt 
Thomas John Zawacki 



Jean Ann Pierce 

Grace Katherine Snyder, with High 
Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 



Charles Roy Boughton, with Highest 

Honors 
Sara Williams Davison, with Highest 

Honors 
Alice Irene Froehling, with High 

Honors 
John Roe Howard 
Kenton Dane Marlin 



Barbara Elizabeth Nicely 

Rose Marie O'Neill, with Honors 

James Henry Smith 

Alan Withman Strong, with Highest 

Honors 
Carolyn Jane Willms 
Louis Peter Xigogianis 
Lenore Kopstein Zeiger 



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THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Edwin Arley Birkhimer, with High- 
est Honors 
Donald George Daus, with Honors 
Isaac Alonzo Flesher 
Harold Carl Larson 
Floyd Guy Leichner 
Michael Sol Morris 
Richard Christian Reichel 
Andrej Alojzij Bonaventura Remec 
Leo John Saroian, with Honors 
Jay John Scheldorf 
Dale Clarence Schneider 



Donald Leon Secard, with Honors 

Eugene Thomas Sherman 

Vladimir Liubenov Stoikov, with 
Highest Honors 

August Thomas Storr, with Honors 

Thomas Clifton Tucker, with High- 
est Honors 

Dominic John Valesano, with High- 
est Honors 

Robert Raymond Wiederkehr, with 
Highest Honors 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Dale Michel Akers 

John Alfred Anderson 

Robert Edgar Coffman, with Highest 

Honors 
Barbara Jean Cross, with Highest 

Honors 
Gloria Marilyn Czerniak, with 

Honors 
Joel Allan Dain 
Donald Dean Davenport 
Richard Lee Dill 
Garry George Ehrlich, with Honors 
Verlin William Foltz, with High 

Honors 
Robert Bruce Garland, with Highest 

Honors 
Elizabeth Christa Gohrbandt, with 

Highest Honors 
Janet Giese Gumprecht, with High 

Honors 



William Henry Gumprecht, with 

High Honors 
Robert Harold Hackhel 
John Albert Herbolsheimer 
James Joseph Korst 
Hiok Huang Lee, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Edward Malec 
James Richard Mattoon, with High 

Honors 
Charles Edward Morreal 
John Wilbur Roddewig 
Stephen Torey Ross 
Edward Jude Sieben 
Thaddeus Halsted Topie, with Honors 

EVALDAS VELECKIS 

Richard Lee Wasson, with Highest 

Honors 
Donald Dean Wilson, with Honors 
Alan Laurent Woodman 



Suzanne Ralston 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Virginia Tongko Ruiz 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Ciro Fred Abbate 

Budd Berwyn Adams 

Gerald Edmund Anderson 

Joyce Hildenbrand Ansorge 

Donald Edgar Baldus 

Arthur Balmes 

Valerie Cohan Bandelin, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
William Norman Bandelin 
John Rexford Bendigkeit 
Roy Albert Berg, Jr. 
Maria Ludovica Bernardini 
Stephen Paul Birkeland 
William Elzie Boyer, with Honors in 

Geology 
Nick William Boznos 
Karl Branoff 
Joanne Carolyn Brekke 



Thomas Grattan Butler 

Carole deMartini Carlo 

Richard Alfred Carrigan, Jr. 

Marion Martin Chernack 

Donald Arthur Clark 

Elaine June Cohen 

Lorence Gene Collins, with Highest 

Honors in Geology 
John Jacob Crossen 
Nora Ann Crown 
Richard Lee Cummins 
Robert Arnold Curley 
Robert Clark Daugherty 
Leroy Frank Davidson, with Honors 

in Zoology 
David Allen Dennen 
Richard Evans Dennis 



[33] 



Herbert Dickstein 

Leroy Dillon 

Donald Leon Duster 

James D. Eisen 

Elmer Ellis Ewing, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
John Wood Fanning 
Joan Marilyn Fife, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Robert Wilson Fisher 
Janet May Flowers 
Marilyn McCown Foster, with 

Highest Honors in Bacteriology 
John Gambon, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Barbara Ann Gates 
Joseph Anthony Gawronski 
Mabery Rosann Gelvin 
Arthur Marvin Gensior 
Phillip Henry Gerbert 
Lowell Lee Getz, with Highest 

Honors in Zoology 
Joanne Elaine Gillespie, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Melvyn Lowell Goldsmith 
Gene Howard Golub, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Henry Fred Gromoll, Jr., with Honors 

in Psychology 
Richard Irwin Gunther 
David Watson Hadley, with Honors 

in Geology 
Mark William Hannan 
Van Leer Hearn 
John Joseph Hennessey 
Royle James Heyl 
Sarah Thornton Higgins, with 

Honors in Statistics 
Wayne Noe Hill 
George Dean Hockman 
Ruth Mae Howard 
Joseph Jacobs 
Donald Stuart Jaffe 
Gerald Jaffe 
Kenneth Willard Jensen 
Pauline Harriet Jewell, with 

Highest Honors in Bacteriology 
William Charles Jewell 
David Arvid Johnson 
Ronald Andrew Kampwirth, with 

High Honors in Psychology 
Florence Tse-Yun Kao 
Ethel Mae Karon, with Highest 

Honors in Psychology 
James Douglas Karraker 
Joseph Clifford Kaspar 
Marilyn Joan Kearns 
Stephen Klein 
George Valentine Kmiotek 
Donald Carl Kochinski 
Herbert Lee Koelling, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Kenneth Wayne Kolence 



Karen Louise Kral 

Harry James Krueger 

Earl Wallace Kunstman 

Norman Otto Kurz 

Muriel Rose Lawrence 

Howard Bruce Liebman 

Arthur Anthony Lisowski 

Harvey Locker 

William Edward Loewe 

Donald Philip Loiben 

Anthony Joseph Mazurkiewicz 

Frank Byron McGilvrey 

Morton Melnik 

James Richard Michael 

Mary Elizabeth Mifflin, with High 

Honors in Geology 
Morton Miller 
Gregory Benedict Mulkern 
Oscar Allen Novick 
John Minoru Omori 
Virginia Lois Ostermeier 
Sherwood Ira Parker 
Betty Leah Perlmutter 
Raymond John Pietras 
Roger Alan Powers 
Arthur Frank Preston 
Paul Dean Quillman 
Robert Bruce Rankin 
Paul Alfred Roberts, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Robert James Ropa 
Lawrence Lipman Rosen 
Harry Rosenfeld 
Richard Burchard Rowland 
Frederick Campbell Sawyer 
Donald Earl Schaffer 
Louis Harold Schliselfeld 
Alan Earl Shumacher 
Carol Elizabeth Shunneson 
Paul Slivnick 
Irving Sidney Smith 
Katherine Anne Soucek 
Arthur Dinsmore Stoddard, with 

Honors in Psychology 
Donald Victor Stribolt 
Jane Helen Synek 
Richard Anthony Tarizzo 
Milton Allen Tornheim 
Mary Elizabeth Tressel, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Julia Jeanine True 
Frank Kenneth Villari 
LeRoy Joseph Votava 
Paul Richard Ware 
Howard Weinstein 
Gordon Justice White 
James Edmund Winkelman 
Herman Lloyd Wolf 
Thorpe Edwin Wright 
Clayton Leroy Yoder 
Henry H. Yusa 
Tatiana Zykov 



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IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Nancy Ellen Barrow Trula Ruth K. Larson 

Donna Ann Browne, with High Paula Jean Miller 

Honors Norma B. Anderson Mills, with 
Lila Elizabeth Davis Honors 

Carolyn Burke Emons, with High Janet Holmes Parker 

Honors Jean Florence Patrick 

Wilma Gail Hahn Laurel Mary Rich 

Helen Isabel Hill Kathryn Elizabeth Trimmer 
Mary Field Julian, with High Honors Nancy Lee Turppa, with High Honors 
Carolyn Krimbill, with Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Richard Wilson Edwards, with Richard Dean Konicek 

Honors Richard Regis Runge 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 

Robert Clifford Duty, with High Daniel Sylvan Raden, with Honors 

Honors Daniel Martin Simpson 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Marvin Cohen Ronald Myron Shelton, with Highest 

Richard Joseph Meinhard Honors 

Dorothy Rinko Rodman Mary Ruth Tate, with Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS AND THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES 
Lloyd Erling Iversen 



[35] 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 

Candidates presented by Albert James Harno, B.S., LL.B., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Law 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LAW 



Donald Gilbert Adams 
Robert Lee Atherton 
Richard Kenny Bates 
Alan Joel Greiman 
John Conrad Hedrich 
Christian Enric Heiligenstein 
James Albert Hudgens 
Roald Arnt Jacobsen 



Wayne Ronald Johnson 
Roderick Courtright MacLeod 
John Thomas McCullough 
Gilbert Lamar Niznik 
Glenn Morimasa Ono 
Gus Svolos 
Robert E. Lee Trone 
Donald Edward Ward 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Nathan George Brenner, Jr., B.S., 

i95i 
David Saul Cohen, B.S., 1950 
Robert Lewis Cole, B.S., 1951 
Edward John Connor, Jr., B.S., 1950 
Richard Thomas Cunningham 
Peter Ferdinand Ferracuti, A.B., 

1950 
Bernard Charles Gillman, A.B., 

St. Ambrose College, 1950 
Ralph Derry Glenn, B.S., 1951 
Adiel Alan Hart 
Rae C. Heiple, II, B.S., Bradley 

University, 1951 
Nerayo Issayus, A.B., Illinois 

Wesleyan University, 1950 
Robert Buland Karkow, B.S., 1950 
Robert Dean Kelly, A.B., Augustana 

College, 1950 
William Bernard Killian, A.B., 

Oberlin College, 1948; with Honors 
Leonard Melvin Koger, Jr., A.B., 

University of Kansas, 1948 
Oral Curless Kost, A.B., Monmouth 

College, 1950 
Ellis Edward Krapf, A.B., North 

Central College, 1952 
Anna Bernice Kuizin, B.S., 1951 
Shirl Burdette Laughlin, A.B., 

Cornell College, 1950 
Roger Howard Little, B.S., 1950 
Kenneth Ashton McGaw, Jr. 
John William McMackin 
Alfred Gene McWhorter, B.S., 1951 
Thomas Hawley Miner, A.B., Knox 

College, 1950 
Daniel MacFarland Moore, Jr., A.B., 

Washington University, 1949 



Kenneth George Nellis, A.B., College 

of William and Mary, 1950 
Iver Martin Nelson, Jr., B.S., 1951 
James L. Peacock, B.S., 1951 
Ralph Stewart Pearman, B.S., 1951 
Gerald Myron Petacque 
Maurice Philip Raizes, B.S., 1951 
William Lewis Randolph, A.B., 1950 
John Plume Reed, A.B., Tulane 

University, 1947; A.M., 1950 
Seymour Irwin Regal, B.S., 1952 
Donald Carl Rikli, A.B., Illinois 

College, 1951 
Herbert Benjamin Schuh, Jr., B.S., 

James Millikin University, 1950 
Martin Howard Schulman 
Jerome Shalon, A.B., 1951 
Morris Louis Simons 
Walter Soroka, A.B., University of 

Michigan, 1951 
Carl Henry Stowe, A.B., Greenville 

College, 1949 
Kenneth Brevik Strand, B.S., 1950 
David Burford Stutsman, B.S., 1951 
Kenneth Arthur Swartz, A.B., Iowa 

Wesleyan College, 1951 
Ellen Sarah Tinkoff, B.S., 1952 
William Robert Todd, B.S., 1950 
Donald McEachern Tolmie, A.B., 

Augustana College, 1950 
Creed Davis Tucker, B.S., 1948 
Gregory Leo Tumbarello, A.B., 1951 
William Herbert Wake 
Richard James Watson, B.S., 1952 
Randall Allan West, A.B., 1951 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAW 



Donna Rae Klingbiel, B.S., 1951 
with Honors 



Keith Edward Roberts, B.S., 1951 
Donald Franklin Storm, B.S., 1951 



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THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Robert G. Bone, Ph.D. 
Acting Dean of the College of Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 



Alice Alayne Ahbe, with Honors 

Joy Lee Alfonsi 

Robert Calvin Austin 

Margaret Louise Beach, with Honors 

Katherine Vennard Borhek 

Diane Eldridge Campbell 

Burl Lee Covan 

Charles William Doak 

Margaret Anne Dolan, with Honors 

Clarence Alvin Feiereisel, Jr. 

Charles Marion Johnson 

Lerria Eleanor Kelley 

James Matthew Knaak 

Robert Keith LeSeure 



Richard Dean Merchant 
Betsy Cecelia Merlo 
Ruth Schiedung Moore 
Harriott Virginia Oelschlegel 
Paul Eugene Raabe, with Highest 

Honors 
Jean C. Lungstrum Ross, with Honors 
Athena E. Vandarakis 
Stanley Eugene Weinstein 
Charles Harry Wheeler 
Margaret Schlemmer Wolf, 

Honors 
Cecilia Josephine Zralka 
Jacob Joseph Zubaty 



with 



IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 



Betty Blumenthal 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 



Muriel Rosamond Faw 
Darlene Elaine Guderjan, with 
Honors 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Mildred Schwartz, with Honors 
Howard Hans Spicker 



Geraldine Rosaly Augustyn 

Ann Irene Babb 

Barbara Bahcall 

Marlene Berlin 

Betty Ann Berryhill 

Mary Josephine Berta, with Honors 

Joan Kohlenbrener Boruszak 

Lorraine Mary Chilenskas 

Carol Ann Doemland 

Gertrude Rogers Drysdale 

Jean Audrey Frase 

Donna Jane Gaddis 

Shirley Louise Gould 

Susan Leslie Greenwald 

Sally Louise Hager 

Joan Widicus Harrison, with Honors 

Edith Louise Hartman 

Patricia Ann Haselwood 

Gene Harlan Hawkins 

Patricia Patton Hillman 

Joan Ann Howard 

Harriet Louise Huddy 

Margaret Jean Hudson 

Peggy Anne Inman, with Honors 

Carolyn Jane Kelly 

Mary Louise Kuchar 



Jane Lee 

Ferne Levin 

Wilma Ann Levine 

Carol Ann Linde 

Frances Little 

Jane Amelia Luedtke, with Highest 

Honors 
Jane Hiob Maier 
Jane Ann Marsik 
Delores Helen Matalln 
Martha Bemberg Milton 
Helen Claire Parkes, with Honors 
Ruth Carol Parkes 
Marlene Dorothy Pierce 
Florence Bernice Przywara 
Dotty Jo Robertson 
Charlotte Lois Ross 
Barbara Jean Schultz 
Patricia Anne Scott 
Susan Joan Smith 
Doreen Joan Soukup 
Laneenier Swain 
Marilyn Szold 
Fred Robert Wilkin, Jr. 
Ruth Lucinda Winter 
Helen Platt Wiseman 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

William Howard Cole Arthur Bernard Pundt 

Glenn Leverne Glassburn Bernard Walter Pusczan 

Arthur Royland Herbert Joseph Saracco 

Douglas Dale McKinstry, with Frank Vrhel Slepicka 

Honors Irwin Edward Treager 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Candidates presented by Paul Martin Green, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Alan Harel Allison 

Sherwin Terry Begoun 

William Richard Beuttler 

Herman Charles Bien 

Carl James Blase 

Charles Arthur Bowsher 

Jack Edward Bowsher 

Rudolph Ernest Bremser 

James Victor Brodnicki 

Leon Alan Brottman 

Robert William Brown 

Donald Clayton Burton 

Ralph David Butler 

Jerome Nathan Clauser 

Samuel Dashefsky 

John Angelo Dassios 

Ralph David Dieball 

William Jack Finlay 

Donald Ned Goldberg 

Stanford Goldman 

Donald Eugene Goss, with Honors 

Marvin Greene 

Robert Condit Gremley 

James Alexander Hanley 

Arlin Gale Harris 

Dennis Joseph Hefferle 

William Gavin Hegg 

Frederic Arthur Heim, Jr. 

Leon Mitchell Helms 

Robert Henry Holmes 

Bradley Willis Howe 

Howard Frank Jaffe 

Maurice Lee Jones 

Walter David Karatz 

Charles Irwin Kassel 

Henry Kastler 

Robert John Kautzi 

Samuel E. Kessler 

Edwin Joseph Koziol 

John Charles Kuller 

IN ACCOUNTANCY AND BANKING AND FINANCE 

Jack Leslie Simpson, with Honors in Banking and Finance 



Billy Lee Lankenau 

Sorrell Harold Lapins 

Vince Anthony Las Casas 

Marvin Alan Levenson 

Walter Charles Linden 

Arnold Hale Markfield 

Joanne Martie 

Joel Miller McNulty 

Frederick Albert Mesenbrink 

Ronald Deane Miller 

Shinji Miyashiro 

Douglas Donovan Neumann 

Robert Lee Parr 

Dorothy Jean Perdue 

James Richard Pieschel 

Frank William Pliml 

Louis Rosen 

Teddy Lee Ross 

Donald Marvin Schindel, with 

Honors 
John Andrew Schoen 
Lester Eugene Schultz 
Robert Joseph Shaw 
Ernest Sims 

Gertrude Virginia Skinner 
Marvin Slavick 
Robert Frank Stedronsky 
William Richard Stimart 
William Ray Tessien 
David Arthur Traeger 
Edmond Allen Turner 
Burton Barry Vlay, with Honors 
Morton Irving Wax 
Warren Weed 
Ira Laser Weinberg 
Ernest Otto Wilhelm, Jr. 
Algar William Wiseman 
William Martin Witte 
Robert Charles Woelfel, with Honors 



IN BANKING AND FINANCE 



George Ernest Burnison 



William Michael Coy 



IN COMMERCE AND LAW 



Harry Culbertson Armstrong 

Marvin Donald Berman 

Gary Ray Coffey 

Thomas Earl Harrington 

Donald Allen Henss, with Honors 

Ronald Lee Kahn 



James Louis Martin 
Howard Michael Sanders 
Hugo Charles Schmidt 
William Grummitt Wells 
Richard Dale Yung, with Honors 



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Shirley Ann Armstrong 

Ruth Kehart Davis, with Honors 

Wilma Pauline Davis 

Kathleen Ann Edmeier, with Honors 



IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Emma Lee Mollet 
Barbara Jane Somers 
Marilyn Jean Sundquist 
Betty Jane Terhune 



IN ECONOMICS 



James Worthington Angell 

Alfred Eugene Barr 

Howard Lee Callahan 

Robert Stanley Drew, with Honors 

Burt Willard Eltzroth, Jr. 

James Edmund Flynn 

Walter William Graham 

Robert Eugene Ikins 

Charles Henry Jorgensen 

Robert Leonard Kuhns 

Robert Raymond Lemersal 

Albert Taylor Lenz 

Howard Sherwin Levine 

William Alfred Lorenz 

Orville Wilbur Millspaugh 



Max Herschel Offerman 
Marlin LeVon Patterson 
Concetta Pecora 
William Townsend Prichard, Jr. 
Paramesh Ray 
Frank John Rogalski 
Robert Walter Rossmiller 
Richard Joseph Scheer 
Lawrence Foster Silverman 
Robert Lewis Simon, with Honors 
James Vincent Vetro 
John Edwin Wells 
Charles Morris Whitmore 
John Thomas Williams 



William Thomas Scott 



Robert Armin Herst 



IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 

IN ECONOMICS AND MARKETING 

John Clyde Wilson 



William Gordon Campbell 
Joseph Patrick Conway 
Kenneth Wayne Davis 



IN FINANCE 

Norman Alan Peskind 
Howard Glen Roecker 
Duane Harold Yetter 



IN INDUSTRIAL 

Donald Michael Bohrer, with Honors 

Daniel Clayton Brabec 

Wayne La Rue Breese 

Robert Dale Firth 

Monte Herring Gaul 

Edward Walter Gorecki 

John Horace Hollister 

Allan Harold Lederer 



ADMINISTRATION 

Clifford John Martin 
Robert Brown Olmsted 
Joel Kelly Roach 
Robert Neal Sklare 
Davey Lee Stewart 
Donald Duane Stoetzel 
Floyd Bernard Wente 



IN MANAGEMENT 



George Livingston Angus, Jr. 

William Wakefield Ascher 

Arthur Ryan Back 

Donald Thomas Baird 

Richard Harold Begalka 

Margurite Lola Blomberg 

Harry Dean Blout 

Thomas John Boe 

Robert Dick, with Honors 

Hugh Dolby 

Shirlan Lee Eckert 

Louis Howard Fleck 

Charles William Gardner 

Oral Eugene Gardner 

Robert Willis Graham 

Ronald Frederick Hartman 

Richard Lee Hoffman 

Donald Charles Ingve 

Joseph Anthony Klapkowski, with 

Honors 
Emil Albert Knafl 



Lester Norman Kramer, with Honors 

Marilyn Denise Lance 

William Lloyd Loving 

William Andrew Luthi 

Keith Edward Mattern 

Don Frank Memler 

Raymond Vladas Miezelis, with Honors 

Jerry Jay Miller 

Charles Rush Milton 

John Philip Mueller 

William Thomas Myrick, Jr. 

Robert Ritter Nelson 

Maynard Erwin Niebur 

Arne Roy Nordmark 

Robert James O'Donnell 

Robert Kessler Painter, with Honors 

Richard Dale Perry 

Robert Walter Rasmussen 

Sederio Rielliera Roldan 

Paul Lenard Rosenthal 

Jasper Baratta Sanfilippo 



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William Louis Selig 
William Benning Shoemaker, 
William Joseph Stevens 
Wayne Edward Thomas 



William Edward Warren 
Jr. Ralph Arthur Wendland, with 

Honors 
Robert Francis Zenisek 



IN MARKETING 



Alan Alvin Ackerman 

Frank Jerome Adleman 

Frank Albert Altera 

Raymond Glenn Avischious 

Edward Louis Bacher 

Thomas Lee Bank 

Earl Arthur Bansback 

James Alan Barnett 

Ronald Edwin Bauer 

Wayne John Baxmann 

Irving Bemoras 

Mildred Emily Bobbins 

Stuart Howard Borg 

William Alexander Branecki 

Curtis Douglas Branom 

Edward Charles Burch 

Donald Ray Buske 

Charles Arthur Covey 

Dale Martin Curtin 

Fred Vilas Dickinson 

Louis Alexander Dickinson 

John Edward Divilbiss 

John Donald Domalski 

Laura Ann Donagher 

Ronald Edward Drell 

Bernard Elias 

Frank Gerald Farwell 

Charles Thomas Flagler 

Bruce Haven Frazier 

Laurence Irwin Friedman 

Robert Calvin Gach 

William Raymond Goodheart, III 

Harold Roy Gordon 

Richard Camp Gustafson 

Reed Edwin Halliday 

Gerald Edward Halweg 

Lewis Burton Handler 

James Hertzmann 

James Arthur Hinkle 

Glen George Hise 

Herman Hokamp, III 

Thomas Lloyd Humphris 

Earl William Jacobson, Jr. 

Vernon Paul Jacobson 

Dorothy Arelene Jeffers 

Imoeleanor Jones 



III 



Robert Joseph Kaplan, with Honors 
Jerry Halliwell Kats 
Nicholas Joseph Kirby, 
George Francis Klauke 
Roger Charles Kueker 
Edward Randall Lynn 
Sidney Mandell 
Carol Lee Martin 
Martin Leonard Mc Adams 
Thomas S. Metskas 
Douglas Lee Metz 
Donald Jonas Miller 
Richard Ray Moody 
Robert Arnold Moore 
Kenneth Mortensen 
Charles Henry Nogle 
Eugene George Nykaza 
Bernard Joseph Offerman 
Donald Pascal Perille 
Donald Eugene Prichard 
Ronald Alvin Richmond 
Benjamin Stanley Ruben 
William Martin Rusch, with Honors 
Daniel Francis Sabino 
Barbara Jane Schmitt 
Richard August Adolph Schuetz 
Arlene Jeanette Schuppenhauer 
Stuart Walter Scott, with Honors 
Joseph Lowell Sholtz 
Eugene Gerard Silveri 
Stanley Slaw 
David Smith 
Leonard Edward Smoler 
Stanley Rudolph Soldner 
Alexander Stavropoulos 
Richard Charles Takacs 
Richard Robert Tarrant 
Ralph Joseph Thieman 
John Francis Thompson 
Eugene Lee Weiner 
Sol Weiner 

Harry Charles Francis Zeck 
William Lee Zessar, with Honors 
Morton Louis Zimmerman, with 
High Honors 



IN MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT 



James Martin Boruszak 
William Oscar Eastwood, 
Harold Richard Hanes 
Howard Kahn 
Arthur John Kloser 

Paul Heron Robinson, Jr. 

Elizabeth Lucille Hines 
Joyce Doreen Sigel 



Jr. 



Raymond Jerome Kozak 
James Schneider 
Robert Hans Scholz 
Roger Dale Yeazel 



IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 

Sally Jane White 



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THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 



Candidates presented by Fredrick Seaton Siebert, A.B., J.D. 
Director of the School of Journalism and Communications 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN JOURNALISM 



William Gilbert Arnold 
Elizabeth Jeannette Ballog 
Alfred John Barboro, Jr. 
Wanda Isabelle Bash 
Stuart Harley Berg 
Roger Livingston Bremer 
Elinor Sue Brown 
William Earl Cain, Jr. 
Martha Ellen Cluverius 
Donald Max Colman 
Richard Lee Craig 
Richard Byrd Cromer 
Richard Eugene Dasenbrock 
Elinorjeanne Defibaugh 
Donald Rainey Dodds 
Delores Ann Drennan 
Richard Webster Fell 
Audrey Maxine Fox 
Donna Jane Frame, with Honors 
Barbara Jean Frank 
Jane Funkhouser 
Gloria Ann Gable 
Cecile Ann Gagan 
George Eugene Gandrau 
Jack Alen Gelber 
Thornton Charles Gilchrest 
Yvonne Dorothy Gouchenour 
Norman Harold Greene 
Lois Jean Gualano 
William Bryan Hamel, Jr. 
James Dale Hanson, with Honors 
David Arthur Heneberry 
Alan Jules Hertzberger, with 

Honors 
Marvin Klein 

Lois Jean Lindsey, with Honors 
Charles Martin Long 



Kenneth Lopaty 

Ronald Milan Losee 

David Lee Martin 

Nancy May McGill 

William Joseph Novak, Jr. 

Bruce Clifford Peeke 

Robert Glenn Pence 

George Shearer Plenderleith 

Myra Podvoll 

Joyce Isabelle Reace 

Gerald H. Reese 

Ralph Louis Rosengarden 

James Elmer Ross 

William John Schaefer 

Dorothy Jane Schlegel, with Honors 

Barbara Zsusane Schwartz, with 

Honors 
Sara Ruth Skadden 
Stanley Lee Slusher 
Morgan Rex Smith 
Robert Eugene Somerfeld 
Robert Francis Sowka 
Lee Hopping Stark 
Edward Ernest Stebner 
Joyce Ada Sternaman 
Capps B. Sutherland 
Marceline Sykes 
Loren Burton Tate 
Ann Breckinridge Taylor 
Vincent Paul Travers 
Marvin Ross Weisbord, with Honors 
George Tarrant Wilson 
Edward Joseph Wojtas 
John Richard Wolff 
Nancy Harling Yoder 
Abraham Samual Zaidan, Jr. 



[41] 



THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

Candidates presented by Rexford Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch. 
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 

John Robert Messner, Jr., with Highest Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Dorothy Marie Albers 

Joseph Bistransky 

Richard Patrick Robert Blake 

Robert Allen Blakeslee 

John Ronald Bowman 

Donald Edward Brotherson, with 

High Honors 
William Clyde Burton 
Howard Carl Dutzi 
Thore Holger Reinhold Edgren, Jr. 
Robert Charles Einsweiler, with 

High Honors 
Galen Owens Elson, Jr. 
John Mervin Flom 
Tevis Cooper Freeman, with Highest 

Honors 
Gerald Day Germanson, with Honors 
George Joseph Getty 
Arthur James Gray 



Harold James Hestrup, with High 

Honors 
Shinn Inouye 
Norman Louis Krause 
James Robert Kunen 
Owen LeRoy Leander, with Honors 
Andrew Charles Perolio, Jr. 
Manfred Hansjoachim Riedel, with 

Honors 
James Edward Sandstrom 
David Allen Sauer, with Honors 
John Francis Schnobrich 
John Ralph Solo Rio 
Adolph Frederick Stelbicki 
Donald LeRoy Stukenberg 
Donald Eliot Thompson 
Robert Peter Torkelson, with Honors 
Stanley Raymond Wojcik 
John Russell Young 



IN ARCHITECTURE 



Robert Arnold Anovitz 
Hakon Harald Berg 
George John Birkhahn, Jr. 
George Robert Boldt, with Honors 
Steve George Botes 
Robert Lloyd Buckles 
Wilson Chong 
Mario Peter Deri 

Robert William Edwards, with Honors 
Nurettin Cahit Erkmen 
Robert Eugene Frazier 
Harold Chester Griffith, with 
Honors 

IN LANDSCAPE 

James Russell Owen, Jr. 
Shirley Anne Spencer 



Charles William Johnson 
Charles Edwin Kirchner 
Carl Alfred Sandine 
Robert Lawrence Schwartz 
Donald Emil Sporleder, with Highest 

Honors 
Donald Joseph Steingisser 
Robert Ewald Steinhagen 
Robert Wallace Thwaites 
Charles Frederick Wamsley 
Norman Richard Zimmerman 



OPERATION 



Carroll Edward Swanson 
Thomas Edmund Wood 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Mary Elizabeth Armstrong, with 

Honors 
Janet Nevers Belyea 
Janice Navarre Belyea 
Kenneth Gene Bloomquist, with 

Honors 
Ann Pryor Blout, with High Honors 
Helen S. Bricker 
Joanne Audrey Chorpening, with 

High Honors 



Marion Belle Cronkrite 

Sally Marie Emrich, with High 

Honors 
Rita Joan Evans, with Honors 
Dave Edward Habley 
Susan Jennings Hoffman 
Thomas Max Hyde 
Patricia Ann Larsen 
Sheldon Fay Littell, with Honors 
Joanna McBride, with Highest Honors 



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Martha Quallich Murphy 
Jantina Johanna Noorman, with 

Honors 
Gordon Alan Palmer, with Honors 
Donald Lee Paul 
Elaine Marilyn Presvelos 
Jane Mary Rendleman, with High 

Honors 
Nancy Louise Rynearson, with 

Honors 
Jerome Cazimer Rzepecki 
Doris Ruth Sandlund 



Richard William Schwalbe 
Rachel Dickason Sheils, with High 

Honors 
Edwin Earl Smith, with High Honors 
Joan Kline Stauffer 
Phyllis Anderson Swickard 
Irene Diana Theodore, with Highest 

Honors 
Norma Jean Van Ness 
Marilyn Jean Welsch, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Ray Whited, with Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 



Michael William Andrews 
Frank Addison Blaze, with Honors 
Donald Albert Brozek 
Judith Ann Duffin, with Highest 

Honors 
David Ernest Edmunds, with High 

Honors 
Sara Beth Hayes 
Magel Ann Krummel 



William Irving Levis 
Jack Leroy Orman, with Honors 
Andrew Wilson Rush, with Honors 
Patricia Joan Severin 
John J. Sorbie, with Honors 
Harold Casseberry Todd 
Helen Irene Weber, with Honors 
Joan Faith Weber 



IN ART EDUCATION 



Lillian Blustein , 

Robert Dean Cays 

Joan Therese Czekala 

Billie Jean Hodgell, with Honors 

Jean House 



James Alden Pemble 
Florence Schwartz, with High 

Honors 
Barbara Ruth Stinson 
Audrey Martha Taymor 



IN THE HISTORY OF ART 

Avis May Raasch 

IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

Joan Ellsworth Blount, with High Robert Connerton LeSueur 



Honors 
Richard Bernard Calhan 



Charles Hockaday Schmitt 
Wayne Frank Spinks 



IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 



Richard J. Elliott 

Thomas Jay Holden 

Edward Leasure Hopkins, with Honors 



Bert Franklin Ingels 
Richard Ralph Paul 



IN PAINTING 



Joanne Bales Brewer, with Honors 
David Lawrence Dietemann 
Larry Dale Kettelkamp, with Honors 
Betty Mae Lipsitz 
Vlasta Josephine Marek 



Shirley Ann Robinson, with Honors 
Conrad Harold Ross, with High 

Honors 
Robert Thomas Taugner, with High 

Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Betty Charlene Abraham, with High 

Honors 
James Louis Bailey, with High 

Honors 
John Charles Christian, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Daniel Richard Eller, with Highest 

Honors 
Arlene Bey Hoffman 
Clarence Walter Iverson, Jr. 



Ruth Joyce MacDonald 

David Travis Moore, Jr. 

Norma Jayne Murvin, with High Honors 

Robert Lee Neill, with Honors 

Frederic Junior Ottinger, with 

Honors 
Kenneth Glen Smith, with Honors 
Nancy Lucille Tilroe, with High 

Honors 
Robert Lee Zarbock 



[43] 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Candidates presented by Seward Charle Staley, Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Director of the School of Physical Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Eugene Michael Cox, with Honors 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Carl William Ahrens 

Edward Einar Aldridge 

Peter Frank Bachouros 

Barbara Ann Bennett, with Honors 

Charles Boerio 

Lester Eugene Brady 

Rita Brazier 

Gilbert Jay Brinkmeyer 

John Richard Broerman 

Alfred Edward Brosky 

Shirley Anne Brown, with Honors 

Marjorie Mable Bryant, with Honors 

William Joseph Bussa 

John Kaiser Cameron, Jr. 

Thelma Juanita Campbell 

Donald Russell Chalus 

Marilyn Lou Chambers, with Honors 

Norton William Compton 

Kevin Patrick Corry 

Howard Stanley Cronk 

Robert Eugene Cryer 

Jacquelen Jeanne Devanny, with 

Honors 
Marian Jelovsek Dorn 
Amy Lou Dozier 
Donald Joseph Elmer Engels 
Ronald Hugh Ferguson, with Honors 
Genevieve Louise Gould, with Honors 
Hewitt George Hafer 
Raymond Leo Henry 
Walter Maurice Jewsbury, with High 

Honors 
Kenneth Stanley Johnson 
James Frank Kastner 



Marlene Joan Lask 

James Joseph Lassen 

Arnold Lewis 

Frederick Edward Lindquist 

Charles Edmund Loughlin 

Peter Joseph Malz 

June Rose McLuckie 

Janet Elsie Moldenhauer 

Lucille Margaret Muzzarelli 

Thomas Bernard O'Connell 

Daniel Eugene Peterson 

Robert Bruce Peterson 

Delores Yvonne Pinkston 

Virginia Ann Robinson 

Roberta Josephine Rosecrans, with 

Honors 
Elaine Fern Ruth 
Ayako Saiki 
Stacey Albert Siders 
Lawrence Jack Stevens 
Joyce Eileen Strong 
Robert Melvin Sullivan 
William Lee Tate 
Mary Lou Terry 
James Robert Truran 
Donald Peter Van Rossen, with High 

Honors 
Gerald Gumm Walters 
William Arthur Willcox 
Roger Lewis Wing, with High Honors 
Ronald Francis Wittmeyer 
William George Zanetakos 
Ara Zulalian 



IN RECREATION 



Willis Clinton Baker 
June Blanche Beilke , 
Russell Dean Brown 
Lee Carey 



Stuart Wall Olson 

Mary Evelyn Rich 

John Henry Woodworth, Jr. 



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THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



Candidates presented by Frank Bridgewater, M.S. 
Acting Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



William John Abraham 

Albert Earl Bebout 

Burton Brewster Boersma 

Donald George Brady 

Erwin Charles Burmeister 

William Franklin Childers 

Theodore Clinton Clinard 

Paul Salvatore DiGiovanni 

Ramon Duran 

Morris David Durham, Jr. 

Sherrill Clifford Eastwood 

Robert Eugene Epperson 

Joseph Laverne Greeley, with Honors 



Neil Calvert Hebeisen 
Walter Bovard Horn 
James Richard Hubert 
Walter Gustave Kirnbauer 
Frank John Mesaros 
Roy Wallace Morling 
William Thomas Nyland 
Gunnar Wern Paulsen 
Melo Thomas Radovich, Jr. 
Wayland Avery Tonning 
William Everett W'ebber 
Burton Weinberg 
Martin Dea Weight 



[45] 



THE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 

Candidates presented by Robert Graham, B.S., D.V.M. 
Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN VETERINARY MEDICINE 



James Weger Allison 

Wallace Elwyn Brandt 

John Duane Clayton, with Honors 

Daniel Cohen 

Thomas Miles Drije 

Charles Arthur Esser 

Carl Fulton Ferrell, Jr. 

James Hubert Finnell 

James Edward Fitzgerald 

Lloyd Champ Helper 

Ralph Otto Holstein 

Darrell La Verne Jessen 

Paul Eugene Johnson 

Norman DeWitt Jones 

Charles Morton Josephson 



Robert Joseph Keough 

J. D. Kerr 

James Stanley Larsen 

Donald Val Osborne, with High 

Honors 
Thomas Neil Phillips 
William Darrel Powell 
Harvey Devon Schneider 
Walter George Schwalbe 
George Harold Sheets, Jr. 
John Alan Shiels 
Russell Dean Smith 
Alexander Joseph Winter 
Ralph Fred Ziegler 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Frank Fox Adams 

Jerome Banicki 

Henry John Brouwer 

John Allen Buckler 

Paul Eugene Burkitt 

Bernard DeVere Campbell 

Donald Joseph Carren, with Honors 

Gerald Dart 

William Clarence Dolowy 

John Henry Dust, with Honors 

John Ehrhardt 



Robert Keith Etheridge 

Robert William Galvin 

John Joseph Graffy 

John William Haxby, III 

Earl Ladell Kingry, with Flonors 

Kenneth Hubert Klingele 

Clifford Marion Linker 

Elmer Thomas Owings 

James Frederick Palmer 

Leon Frederick Striegel 

Glenn Lee Waxler, with High Honors 



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PRIZES AND AWARDS 



Alpha Lambda Delta Prize 
Nancy Ellen Waxler 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
David Allen Sauer 

American Institute of Architects 
School Medal 
John Robert Messner, Jr. 

American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers Prizes 
Raymond Leonard Eckman 
Raymond Wendel Honey 
William Metzger 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Illinois Section: 
Walter Fred Stanke 
Raymond Frank Wojcieszak 

Central Illinois Section: 
Roy Elam, Jr. 
John Robert Messner, Jr. 
Clarence Joseph Sikorski 

American Society of Landscape 
Architects Certificate 
Richard Ralph Paul 

American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers Award 
Dean Wallace Martin 

Ira O. Baker Prizes in Civil 
Engineering 

Robert Dennis Stoll 
Robert Leroy Watson, Jr. 

Chi Omega Prize in Sociology 
Nancy Ellen Waxler 

Delta Theta Epsilon Award in 
Physical Education 
Roger Lewis Wing 

Donald W. Doerscher Memorial 
Award in Philosophy 
Donald Robert Koehn 

Edward C. Earl Prizes in Design 
Steve George Botes, First 
Donald Emil Sporleder, Second 



Edward C. Earl Prizes in 
Structural Theory and 
Design 

Ping Kin Ng, First 

David Allen Sauer, Second 

Donald Edward Brotherson, Third 

Eta Kappa Nu Award in 
Electrical Engineering 
John Ludwig Muerle 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Ravonne Dowell 

Harker Prize in Law 
George Wallace Thompson 

Illinois Society of Professional 
Engineers Awards 
Donald Reid Burnett 
Robert Leroy Watson, Jr. 

Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 
Awards 

Kenneth Charles Kopp 
Frederick Foster Mobley 

Institute of Radio Engineers 
Award in Electrical 
Engineering 
John Ludwig Muerle 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 
Elizabeth Christa Gohrbandt 

Kappa Delta Pi Award in 
Education 
Paul Eugene Raabe 

Mary C. McLellan Scholarship 
in Art 
Shirley Ann Robinson 

Omicron Nu Plaque in Home 
Economics 

Katherine Nickol Ackermann 

Plym Prizes in Achitectural 
Engineering 

David Allen Sauer, First 
John Robert Messner, Jr., Second 
Manfred Hansjoachim Riedel, 
Third 



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Edward L. Ryerson Traveling 
Fellowship in Landscape 
Architecture 
Richard Ralph Paul 

Abram Leon Sachar Prize in 
History 
John Donald Pulliam 

St. Louis Advertising Club 
Awards 

Donna Jane Frame 
Thornton Charles Gilchrest 

Sigma Delta Chi Citation of 
Achievement 
Charles MacGregor Bellatti 



Theta Sigma Phi Award in 
Journalism 
Lois Jean Lindsey 

Richard F. Voynow Prize in 
Music 
Jack Harris McKenzie 

James M. White Memorial Prize 
in Architecture 

Delbert Ray Smith, First 
Donald Emil Sporleder, Second 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Urbana Departments 



COMMENCEMENT 



PROGRAM 



Memorial Stadium 

SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1954, 2:30 P.M. 



Commencement is an important and meaningful occasion 
to the University, its faculty, and the students who are 
candidates for degrees. In keeping with this feeling, all 
guests and participants are requested to avoid unneces- 
sary conversation or moving about during the exercises. 

No one except duly authorized press and University 
photographers will be permitted to take pictures during 
the exercises. 



First Aid Stations are located in the Stadium be- 
tween Sections II and KK, east of the Center of the 
West Great Hall, and in Huff Gymnasium, Room 
116 on the east side of the Gymnasium. 



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COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 



THE LIBRARY OF THE 

JUL 13 1954 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



ORDER OF EXERCISES 



Professor Leslie Aulls Bryan, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman 
Colonel Melton Adams Hatch, B.S., U.S.A., Marshal 



COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 

Academic Processional Lloyd Morey 

The University Concert Band 
Mark H. Hindsley, A.M., Conductor 



PRELUDE 

Prelude in G minor Sergei Rachmaninoff 

The University Concert Band 



SINGING OF "AMERICA" BY THE AUDIENCE 

My country, 'tis of thee, 
Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing; 
Land where my fathers died, 
Land of the Pilgrims' pride, 
From every mountain-side, 

Let Freedom ring. 

Our fathers' God, to Thee 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing; 
Long may our land be bright 
With Freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 



INVOCATION 

The Reverend Joseph R. Laughlin, A.B., B.D. 
Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Urbana, Illinois 



COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Bishop H. Clifford Northcott, A.M., B.D., D.D., S.T.D., LL.D. 
Bishop of the Wisconsin Area of the Methodist Church 

INTERLUDE 

The Forty-Niners George Frederick McKay 

The University Concert Band 

GREETINGS FROM THE ALUMNI 

Walter C. Leck, B.S. 

Vice-President of the University of Illinois Alumni Association 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

Lloyd Morey, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A., LL.D., D.Sc. 
President of the University 

SINGING OF "AULD LANG SYNE" BY THE AUDIENCE 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 
For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 

BENEDICTION 

The Reverend Mr. Laughlin 

POSTLUDE 

International Accord Edwin Franko Goldman 

The University Concert Band 



ACADEMIC COSTUMES 



The academic costume, consisting of cap, gown, and hood, originated 
in about the twelfth century. It was primarily worn for warmth. Subse- 
quently, the material of the gown and the lining and shape of the hood 
represented the economic and social as well as the academic status of the 
wearer. 

In the United States the great majority of the academic costumes now 
worn are in accordance with the general provisions of the Intercollegiate 
Code of 1895. Under this code, bachelors' gowns are made with pointed 
sleeves ; masters' gowns are made with long closed sleeves with an arc near 
the bottom and slits for the arms; doctors' gowns are made with round 
open sleeves. All gowns are black. In foreign countries, gowns are of 
various colors. 

Bachelors' and masters' gowns are untrimmed. Doctors' gowns are 
faced down the front with velvet with three velvet bars across the sleeves. 
The facing and bars may be black or they may be the color of the field of 
study. Material of the gown and hood is usually of cotton or worsted for 
the bachelors' gowns and silk for the masters' and doctors' gowns. Gowns 
are worn open, except for the bachelor's which is closed at the top only. 
Women may wear white collars with a bachelor's gown when no hood is 
worn. 

Hoods are also black. The doctor's hood is four feet in length; the 
master's, three and one-half feet; and the bachelor's, three feet. Hoods are 
lined with the official colors of the university. At the University of Illinois, 
these are orange and blue. The border of the hood, which is two inches, 
three inches, and five inches wide for the bachelor's, master's, and doctor's 
degrees respectively, identifies the faculty or department of study to which 
the degree pertains. 

The black mortarboard cap is standard in the United States. Doctors 
wear a gold tassel. Usually all other tassels are black, but where the grad- 
uating seniors do not wear a hood, as at the University of Illinois, the 
color of the cap tassel indicates the department of study. Tassels at the 
University of Illinois are always worn on the left front quarter of the cap. 
Caps are customarily removed only during prayers, and then by men only. 



Official colors for hood borders and cap tassels are as follows: 

Agriculture Maize 

Arts and Letters White 

Commerce and Business Administration Drab 

Dentistry Lilac 

Education Light Blue 

Engineering Orange 

Fine Arts Brown 

Forestry Russet 

Graduate Black 

Humanics Dark Crimson 

Journalism and Communications Black and White 

Law Purple 

Library Science Lemon 

Medicine Green 

Music Pink 

Nursing Apricot 

Oratory Silver Gray 

Pharmacy Olive Green 

Philosophy Blue 

Physical Education Sage Green 

Public Health Salmon 

Science Gold Yellow 

Special Services for War Veterans Orange and Blue 

Theology Scarlet 

Veterinary Medicine Gray 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT 



Leslie A. Bryan, Chairman 
Stanley H. Pierce, Vice-Chairman 
Orville T. Bonnett 
Charles S. Havens 
Anthony J. Janata 



Alan K. Laing 
Miriam A. Shelden 
Janice M. Smith 
Edward E. Stafford 
Leah F. Trelease 



FACULTY GUIDES 



Gerald M. Almy 
Fred P. Barnes 
Doris L. Bullock 
Gibbon Butler 
I. William Cole 
Alfred F. Conard 
Ellis Danner 
Frederick C. Dietz 
Richard J. Faletti 
Robert K. Finn 
John H. Garland 
William M. Gilbert 
Melton A. Hatch 
Ray D. Hatch 
M. Stanley Helm 
John A. Henry 
Harry H. Hilton 



Ralph H. Johnson 
R. Stewart Jones 
Francis J. Koenig 
Oskar A. Kubitz 
Roger P. Link 
Dorothy Litherland 
Leslie W. McClure 
Robert I. Mehr 
Francis J. Nock 
Russell M. Nolen 
Cyrus E. Palmer 
William C. Robb 
Elmer Roberts 
Edward T. Sanford 
Herbert L. Sharp 
James R. Shipley 
Cecil D. Smith 



HOODING COMMITTEE 



Robert B. Browne 
Robben W. Fleming 



Fredrick S. Siebert 
Fred H. Turner 



THE RETIRING FACULTY 

MEMBERS WHO WILL RETIRE SEPTEMBER 1, 1954 

Hilda J. Alseth, Engineering Librarian and Assistant Professor 
of Library Science 

Arthur G. Anderson, Professor of Management 

Harry W. Anderson, Professor of Plant Pathology 

Harold E. Babbitt, Professor of Sanitary Engineering 

Frederick C. Bauer, Professor of Soil Fertility 

William E. Britton, Professor of Law 

Edward W. Dolch, Professor of Education 

Anna C. Glover, Editor (with rank of Associate Professor) in 
the Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Service 

Arthur Hamilton, Professor of Spanish and Assistant Dean 
for Foreign Students 

Robert R Hudelson, Dean of the College of Agriculture, Di- 
rector of the Agricultural Experiment Station and the Ex- 
tension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics, and 
Professor of Agricultural Economics 

Ralph K. Hursh, Professor of Ceramic Engineering 

Ruth Kelso, Assistant Professor of English 

Abner R. Knight, Professor of Electrical Engineering 

Richard R. Kudo, Professor of Zoology 

Liesette J. McHarry, Associate Professor of Education 

Harold H. Mitchell, Professor of Animal Nutrition 

Newlin D. Morgan, Professor of Architectural Engineering 

William B. Nevens, Professor of Dairy Cattle Feeding 

Rexford Newcomb, Dean of the College of Fine and Applied 
Arts, Professor of the History of Architecture, and Director 
of the Bureau of Community Planning 

Thomas E. O'Donnell, Associate Professor of Architecture 

George W. Reagan, Associate Professor of Education 

Elmer Roberts, Professor of Animal Genetics 

Otto G. Schaffer, Professor of Landscape Architecture and 
Head of the Department of City Planning and Landscape 
Architecture 

Harold D. Trimble, Associate Professor of Education, Council 
on Teacher Education 

Brayton L. Weaver, Assistant Professor of Vegetable Crops 



Candidates for Degrees June 20, 1954 

The names of the degree candidates appear under their respective colleges 
and departments. The Graduate College is listed first and is followed by 
the undergraduate colleges, schools, and divisions in the order of their 
establishment. 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 

Candidates presented by Oswald Tippo, Ph.D., D.Sc., Dean of the Graduate College 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Leon Edwards Hay, B.S., 1947; M.B.A., Louisiana State University, 1951 
Malcolm Lionel Pye, B.S., Hardin-Simmons University, 1941 ; M.B.A., Univer- 
sity of Texas, 1947 
Vernon Kenneth Zimmerman, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Rudolph James Becker, B.S., A.M., Bradley University, 1949, 1951 
Donald Lloyd Brooke, B.S.A., M.S. A., University of Florida, 1940, 1942 
Frank Detleff Hansing, B.S., M.S., 1941, 1947 

IN AGRONOMY 
Robert Hawthorne Maier, B.S., University of Miami, 1951; M.S., 1952 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Elmer William Hartsook, B.S., West Virginia University, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Jack Michael Iacono, B.S., Loyola University, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Harold Eugene Schendel, A.B., North Central College, 1950; M.S., 1953 
John Titus Sime, A.B., North Central College, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Lloyd LaVerne Bucy, B.S., M.S., University of Kentucky, 1943, 1950 

IN BOTANY 

Theodore Delevoryas, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Eleanor Jeanne Morgan, B.S., M.S., Ohio University, 1949, 1950 
William Louis Stern, B.S., Rutgers University, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Shirley Lane Wilson, B.S., Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Irvin Jones McKeand, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1945 ; B.S., Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Laird Bryce Andersen, B.S., M.S., University of Minnesota, 1950, 1951 
Clarke Lincoln Coldren, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1948; M.S., 1950 
Herbert Faraday Kraemer, B.Ch.E., University of Delaware, 1947; M.S., 1952 

IN CHEMISTRY 

John Rybolt Allen, A.B., Ball State Teachers College, 1949 
William Sunley Anderson, B.S., Stanford University, 195 1 
Victor Ernest Buhrke, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1952 

Eugene Weston Clower, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1940; M.S., Bradley University, 
1950 

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Richard Sheldon Colgrove, B.S., Columbia University, 1950 

Ervin Colton, B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1950; M.S., University of 

Kansas, 1952 
William Edward Cooley, A.B., Central College, 195 1 

Richard Lavern Dehm, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Eugene Earl Dekker, A.B., Calvin College, 1949; M.S., 195 1 
Michael Johann Eitel, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1950 
Clayton Trevor Elston, B.S., M.S., University of Manitoba, 1949, 1951 
William Sheffield Friedlander, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1951; M.S., 1952 
Jack Mealey Gillette, B.S., Bradley University, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Robert William Hill, A.B., Augustana College, 1950 
Charles Wiley Hinman, A.B., Grinnell College, 1951 

Harry William Johnson, Jr., B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951 
Stanley Kirschner, B.S., Brooklyn College, 1950; A.M., Harvard University, 

1952 
William E. M. Lands, B.S., University of Michigan, 1951 
John Clay Leak, B.S., University of Vermont, 1949; M.S., Howard University, 

1950 
Robert Joseph Lokken, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1951; M.S., 1952 
Robert Herman Marshall, B.S., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947, 

1950 
George William Parshall, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1951 
Richard McCrea Potts, A.B., Knox College, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Robert Lee Rebertus, B.S., Central College, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 
Elliott Elkington Ryder, Jr., B.S., University of California, 1951 
William Channing Smith, A.B., M.S., Cornell University, 1949, 195 1 
Henry Carl Terford, B.S., Monmouth College, 1951; M.S., 1952 
John Dixon Vaughan, B.S., College of William and Mary, 1950 
Tin Boo Yee, B.S., Arkansas State College, 1938; M.S., University of Arkansas, 

1940; A.M., 1950 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Tien You Chen, B.S., St. John's University, 1945; M.C.E., Polytechnic Institute 

of Brooklyn, 1951 
William Johnston Francy, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1945; B.C.E., 

M.C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1948, 1948 
William Joel Hall, B.S., University of Kansas, 1948; M.S., 1951 
John Gordon Hammer, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1944; B.C.E., M.C.E., 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1947, 1948 
William Donald Painter, B.S., Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, 1941 ; M.S., 

1947 
George Shaochih Wu, B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1943; M.S., University of 
California, 1949 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Forest Noel Baker, B.S., Iowa State College, 1947; M.S., University of Ne- 
braska, 1950 
Rudy Kovachevich, A.B., A.M., Indiana University, 1948, 1950 

IN ECONOMICS 

John Edward Altazan, B.S., M.B.A., Louisiana State University and Agricul- 
tural and Mechanical College, 1950, 1951 
John Wood Beall, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1947; A.M., 1950 
Lawrence Vincent Conway, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1949 
Robert Atkinson Hedges, B.S., University of Kansas, 1940; A.M., 1950 
Dale Ansgar Henning, B.S., M.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1948, 1949 
Monroe Oscar Newman, A.B., Antioch College, 1950; A.M., 1953 
Edward Sussna, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1950; A.M., 1952 

IN EDUCATION 

Ralph Valentine Exline, A.B., A.M., Ohio University, 1947, 1949 
Ruby Mae Holden, B.S., M.S., 1933, 1941 

William Atwell Jenkins, B.S., New York University, 1948; M.S., 1949 
Marie Orr Shere, A.B., Millikin University, 1916; A.M.(Educ), A.M. (Speech), 
1939, 1941 



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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Albert David Bailey, A.B., B.S., Iowa State Teachers College, 1936, 1938; 

M.S., 1944 
Rabindra Nath Ghose, B.E.E., College of Engineering and Technology (Bengal), 

1946; M.S., University of Washington, 1952 
William Hart Hayt, Jr., B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1942, 1948 
Millard Sayre McVay, B.S., M.S., Iowa State College, 1938, 1939 
William Ferdinand Scharre, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946; 

M.S., 1952 
Herbert Ardis Schulke, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946; M.S., 

1952 
Bernard Silverman, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1942; M.S., 1947 
Paul Andrew Vance, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 
Walter Welkowitz, B.S., Cooper Union, 1948; M.S., 1949 

IN ENGLISH 

Orcutt William Frost, Jr., A.B., A.M., 1949, 1950 

Seymour Lee Gross, A.B., A.M., University of Denver, 1949, 1950 

Paul Robert Stewart, A.B., A.M., University of Nebraska, 1947, 1949 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

George Yousuf Bijjani, A.B., Alma College, 1934; M.S., 1936 

Robert Frederick Harwood, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1952 

Paul William Riegert, A.B., University of Saskatchewan, 1944; M.S., Montana 

State College, 1948 
Richard Brent Selander, B.S., M.S., University of Utah, 1950, 1951 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

George Christian Potter, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1948, 1949 

IN GEOLOGY 

Robert Britten Johnson, A.B., M.S., Syracuse University, 1949, 1950 
Leonard Gene Schultz, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1950; M.S., 
1952 

IN GERMAN 

Robert Spiegel Sears, A.B., DePauw University, 1938; A.M., 1939 

IN HISTORY 

Quentin Blane Bone, A.B., A.M., 1940, 1941 

George Henry Lobdell, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of Nebraska, 1947, 1948 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Samuel Rothstein, A.B., A.M., University of British Columbia, 1939, 1040; 
B.L.S., University of California, 1947 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 

Jean Smalley Kerrick, A.B., University of California, 1950 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Arno Cronheim, Freie University (Berlin) 

William Alexander Michael, Jr., A.B., M.S., 1948, 1949 

Richard Eugene Priest, B.S., M.S., 1950, 195 1 

Jack Unger Russell, A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi, 1949, 1950 

John Eldon Whitesitt, A.B., Montana State University, 1943 ; A.M., 1949 

Joyce White Williams, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Ti Yen, B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1944; M.S., A.M., 1949, 1950 



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IN PHILOSOPHY 

Eugene Francis Kaelin, A.B., A.M., University of Missouri, 1949, 1950; D.E.S., 
University of Bordeaux, 195 1 

IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL BIOLOGY 
Louis Chandler, B.S., University of Chicago, 1943; M.S., 1947 

IN PHYSICS 

Lew Allen, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946; M.S., 1952 
Joseph Felix Aschner, B.S., University of Chicago, 1943; M.S., 1951 
Myer Bloom, B.S., M.S., McGill University, 1949, 1950 
Hugh Needham Brown, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1952 
Thomas Ripley Carver, A.B., Harvard College, 1950 
Howard Gordon Cooper, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 
Donald Robert Maxson, B.S., Bowdoin College, 1944; M.S., 1048 
Burton Harlow Muller, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1944; M.S., Yale Univer- 
sity, 1944 
Van Olin Nicolai, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1950 
David Sonny Selengut, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Techrology, 1948; M.S., 

University of Tennessee, 1950 
Abraham Sosin, Ph.B., B.S., University of Chicago, 1948, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Kenneth James Teegarden, A.B., B.S., University of Chicago, 1947, 1950; M.S., 

1951 
Edwin Ansil Whalin, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1945, 1947 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Paul Oliver Fromm, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

Charles Eugene Smith, Jr., B.S., Duke University, 1947; M.S., 1951 

Richard Norman Stearns, A.B., University of California, 1948 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Robert Minoru Takeshita, B.S., Rutgers University, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 
Lucius Jefferson Barker, A.B., Southern University, 1949; A.M., 1950 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Edwin Gary Aiken, A.B., San Diego State College, 1950 

Harold Lee Einhorn, A.B., University of Texas, 1950; M.S., 1953 

Malcolm Morris Helper, B.S., A.M., 1949, 1951 

Allen Raskin, A.B., Syracuse University, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Margaret Pegram Reeves, A.B., Guilford College, 1934; A.M., Duke University, 
1937 

Charles Marion Solley, Jr., A.B., Centenary College, 1949; M.S., Tulane Uni- 
versity, 1951 

Lawrence Norval Solomon, A.B., San Diego State College, 1950 

Kellogg Van Note Wilson, A.B., A.M., University of Nebraska, 1949, 1951 

IN SPEECH 

William Wall Adams, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1933; A.M., Univer- 
sity of Michigan, 1939 

IN STATISTICS 

Douglas Rudolph Bey, A.B., Cornell College, 1935; A.M., 1937 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Edwin Lewis Bell, II, B.S., Bucknell University, 1948; M.S., Pennsylvania State 

College, 1950 
Nelson Reede Cooley, B.S., Spring Hill College, 1942; M.S., University of 

Alabama, 1947 



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William Charles Marquardt, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1948; M.S., 

1950 
John Forbes McClellan, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Frances Tunnell Carter, B.S., Mississippi Southern College, 1946; M.S., Uni- 
versity of Tennessee, 1948 

John Thomas Carter, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1947; M.S., University of 
Tennessee, 1948 

Darrell James Inabnit, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1939; A.M., Ed.M., 1948, 

1953 
Foster Keagle, A.B., North Central College, 1929; A.M., New York University, 

1934; Ed.M., 1951. (Degree awarded posthumously.) 
Maynard O'Brien, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1931 ; M.S., 1946 
Herbert Charles Rudman, B.S., Bradley University, 1947; M.S., 1950 
Joe Lee Saupe, B.S., Missouri Valley College, 1950; Ed.M., 1951 
Lyman John Smith, B.S., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948, 1949 
Charles Walter Southard, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1949; A.M., Ed.M., 1950, 

1952 
James Edgar Stone, B.S., M.S., Western Illinois State College, 1948, 1949 



THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DEGREE 

THE DEGREE OF CIVIL ENGINEER 
John Clark McKibbin, B.S., 1938 

THE DEGREE OF MECHANICAL ENGINEER 

Charles Edward Morrow, B.S., 1924 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Leola Schrader Dowling, A.B., MacMurray College, 1947 
Arline Marie Fisch, B.S., Skidmore College, 1952 

IN CLASSICS 

Horst Rudolf Moehring, Heidelberg University 

IN ECONOMICS 

Charles Hammond, Jr., A.B., 1949 

Robert Toshio Miki, B.B.A., University of Hawaii, 1952 

Bernard Shull, A.B., Temple University, 1952 

IN EDUCATION 

Bronson Beasley, B.Ed., M.S., Southern Illinois University, 1939, 1947 
Mohammad Younus Qureshi, A.B., University of Punjab, 1949 
Robert Irwin Valentine, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1941 
Suphat Vijaya, A.B., Chulalongkorn University, 1950 

IN ENGLISH 

John Denny Fischer, A.B., St. Ambrose College, 1953 

William Richard Linneman, A.B., Park College, 1950 

Elisabeth Ann Noel, A.B., Seton Hill College, 1948 

Ginette Marcelle Quehen, Lie. esL., D.E.S., Sorbonne (Paris), 1948, 1950 



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Reginald Anthony Saner, B.S., St. Norbert College, 1950 
Robert Emerson Underwood, A.B., St. Joseph's College, 1953 
Eugene Thomas White, A.B., 1953 

Joan LeVine Wollin, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1953 
Jean Middlemas Youngs, A.B., 1952 

IN FRENCH 

Russell Edward DuBois, A.B., 1951 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Axgelo Charles Giarratana, A.B., University of Miami, 1953 

IN GERMAN 

Laura Evelyn Hourtienne, A.B., MacMurray College, 1953 
Klara Gertrud Martha Porter, University of Gottingen 

IN HISTORY 

Donald Raymond Brown, A.B., Ursinus College, 1952 
William Raymond Coulter, A.B., 195 1 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Frank Campbell, A.B., Dillard University, 1952 
Raymond Lewis Extract, A.B., Rutgers University, 1952 
John Darwin La Point, A.B., University of Maine, 1949 
Frank Terrance Mohr, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1952 
Robert George Ripston, A.B., New York University, 1949 
Thomas Arthur Rosko, A.B., 1952 
Jerome William Schwaiger, A.B., 1952 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Rabindra Nath Ghose, B.E.E., College of Engineering and Technology (Bengal), 
1946; M.S., University of Washington, 1952 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Clyde Laurence Hardin, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 
Douglas Shuso Kimura, A.B., 1953 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Ibrahim Ali Abu-Lughod, A.B., 1953 
Carolyn Ogden Brotherton, A.B., Barnard College, 1950 
Eliane Guerin, Lie. en droit, D.E.S., University of Caen, 1951, 1952 
Gordon Melvin Patric, B.S., Bradley University, 1950 
Babatunde Abraham Williams, A.B., Northland College, 1953 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Clyde Sherman Congdon, A.B., 1952 

Calyampudi Bhargavi Rao, A.B., Madras University, 1945; A.M., Banaras Uni- 
versity, 1947 
Gene Jun Takahashi, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1950 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Harold Christian Aichholzer, A.B., 1953 

Bernard Charlet, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1953 

George Edwin Ginos, A.B., 1951 

Sylvester Paul Schesta, A.B., Colorado State College of Education, 1953 



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IN SOCIOLOGY 

Rudolph Innocenzo Moz, B.S., 1952 
Alfred Witney Travers, A.B., 1952 

IN SPANISH 
Lyle Probert Freeman, A.B., University of Colorado, 1950 

IN SPEECH 

Robert Reed Aldridge, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 

Charles Roy Boughton, A.B., 1953 

Merrill Oscar Challman, A.B., DePauw University, 1945; B.D., Vanderbilt 

University, 1947 
Marvin Woolf Engelberg, B.S., Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1952 
Betty Rice Fair, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1939 
Eric Werner Fors, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 
Sara Davison Stutz, A.B., 1953 
George William Toler, A.B., Eureka College, 1953 

IN STATISTICS 

Gregory Lawrence Curme, B.S., 195 1 

Donald Merle Roberts, A.B., Denison University, 1952 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Rosario Perez Isiderio, Litt.B., B.S., A.M., University of Santo Tomas, 1941, 
1942, 1949 

IN THE TEACHING OF GERMAN 

Kathleen Martha Guenther, A.B., Albright College, 195 1 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Ralph Becker, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 
David Gross, Jr., A.B., Southern University, 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Rudolph Walter Schattke, B.S., 1953 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 
Richard Joseph Smutny, B.S., 1953 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Robert Dean Elbert, B.S., 195 1 

Billy H. Jones, B.S., Colorado State College, 1953 

Ross Landon McNaught, B.S., 1953 

Josiah Murl Akushie Otoo, B.S., Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical 

College, 1951 
John Wright Wysong, B.S., Cornell University, 1953 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
Rolla Vernon Mitchell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1943 

IN AGRONOMY 

Robert Grant Fields, B.S., 1953 
Donald Charles Hallbick, B.S., 1952 



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IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 
David Arthur Vaughan, A.B., University of California, 1949 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Faustino Saballa Mensalvas, D.V.M., University of Philippines, 1939 

Malden Charles Nesheim, B.S., 1953 

Richard Albert Notzold, B.S., Purdue University, 1953 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Walter Henry Lewis, B.S., 1952 

David Allen Sauer, B.S., 1953 

Robert Peter Torkelson, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1951; B.S., 1953 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

Frank Philip Brotherton, B.Arch., Diploma in Civic Design, University of 

Liverpool, 1949, 1950 
Thomas Wesley Claridge, B.S., 1952 
Brian John Crumlish, B.S., 195 1 
David Roger Hermansen, B.S., 1953 
Cesar Antonio Pelli, Architect, Universidad Nacional de Tucumen (Argentina), 

I950 
Panayiotis Demetrius Pharmakidis, B.S., 1952 
Manfred Hansjoachim Riedel, B.S., 1953 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Suzann Miriam Cohen, B.S., 1952 

Martha Jean Paton, A.B., Radcliffe College, 1952 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 
Armer Martin Swanson, A.B., 1952 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Julian Hawthorne Lauchner, B.S., 1950 

George Don McTaggart, B.S., 1950 

Joseph Luther Pentecost, B.Cer.E., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1951 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Louis Joseph Tichacek, B.S., Washington University, 1952 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Barbara Helen Budde, A.B., College of Wooster, 1952 

Frederick Hammann Owens, B.S., Ursinus College, 1953 

Leroy Henry Possley, B.S., St. Ambrose College, 1950 

Francis Matthew Scheidt, B.S., 1950 

Naomi Bess Simpson, A.B., Evansville College, 1948 

Sunt Techakumpuch, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Merlin Willard Anderson, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 

Robert Anthony Bagnato, B.C.E., Manhattan College, 1953 

Kanwal Singh Bawa, A.B., B.S., M.S., Punjab University, 1938, 1940, 1941; 

M.S., Purdue University, 1953 
Richard Vaughan Bierman, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1953 
Lawrence Henry Bush, B.S., University of Alberta, 1950 
William Edmund Byers, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 
Jeyaratnam Canagaratnam, B.Eng.Sc, University of Melbourne, 1946 
Herbert Yuk Fui Chin, B.S., Purdue University, 1951 



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Robert Young Do Chun, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1953 

Juan Jose Correa Racho, Civil Engineer, Universidad Nacional de Mexico, 195 1 

David Coleman Crawford, B.S., Norwich University, 1952 

Leo John Dondanville, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1952 

Eric Siegfried Eichmann, B.S., University of Alberta, 1952 

Arthur Feldman, B.S., Washington University, 1952 

Walter Floyd Geisinger, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1951 

Robert James Genereux, B.S., University of Saskatchewan, 1951 

Arthur James Gray, B.S., 1953 

Robert Kirk Gregory, B.S., University of Texas, 1952 

John Carroll Guillou, B.E., University of Southern California, 1943 

David Niesley Hutchison, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Thomas Francis Leahey, B.S., 1952 

Robert Botho Mack, B.S., 1950 

Julio Marquez Cruz, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 1950 

Howard Morton McCollister, B.S., University of Alberta, 1952 

Garnett McLean, B.S., Imperial College, 195 1 

Leo John Miller, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Glenn Brook Mullens, B.S.(M.E.), B.S.(C.E.), C.E., University of Wyoming, 

1941, 1947, 1950 
Raymond John Munz, B.S., University of Rhode Island, 1952 
Toppur Krishnaswamy Natarajan, Annamalai University 
Ping Kin Ng, B.S., 1953 

John Eldredge Simpson, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 
Raymond Stefanko, B.S., 1952 

Marvin Henry Stock, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 
Luis Alberto Ortiz Torres, Civil Engineer, Universidad Nacional de Columbia, 

195 1 
Soo-Cheong Tye, B.S., Hong Kong University, 1937; M.S., Harvard University, 

1940 
Maurice Arden Wadsworth, B.S., West Virginia University, 1951 
Roger Hall Wood, B.S., Rhode Island State College, 1950 
Robert Louis Zralek, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 

IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Arnold Freedman, \A.B., University of Delaware, 1950 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Alice Bissell Nichols, B.S., Cornell University, 1948 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Roger Wayne Hemken, B.S., 1950 
William Harlan Jenner, B.S., 1953 
Paul Krichevsky, B.S., 1952 
Joseph Clifford Wilcox, B.S., 1952 

IN ECONOMICS 

Joseph Alaimo, B.S., 1953 

Howard Jennings McBride, B.S., 1950 

Donald Courtney Streever, Jr., B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1952 

Walter Helmut Stuckmann, B.S., 1953 

IN EDUCATION 

Irving Joseph Aikin, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1949 

Lenore Isan Cohen, B.S., 1950 

Homer Lester Cole, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1939 

Gelasius James Henrick, B.S., 1939 

Ralph Charles Pierson, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1948 

Joseph Edley Thornton, A.B., 1947 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Merlyn Bruce Buchanan, B.S., 1953 

Earl Evans Emerson, Jr., B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1948 

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Robert Everett Fairbanks, B.S., 1953 
Robert William Holsapple, B.S., 1949 

James Lloyd Jones, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 
Wesley Willard Knight, B.S., 1953 

Harwell Fitzhugh Smith, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 
Claude Jackson Sperry, Jr., B.E.E., Clemson Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege, 1948 
Hwa-Nien Yu, B.S., 1953 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 
James Francis McAlpine, B.S.A., Ontario Agricultural College, 1950 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

John Hyland Litchfield, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950 
Norman Emil Schmitt, B.S., 1952 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Ivor Davies, A.B., A.M., University of Birmingham, 1952 

Richard John Eaton, B.S., Northwestern University, 1948 

Melo Thomas Radovich, Jr., B.S., 1953 

Selwyn Phillips Rogers, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Morton Daniel Winsberg, B.S., 1951 

IN GEOLOGY 

Richard Renault Conlin, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1952 

Arnold Caverly Mason, B.S., Yale University, 1928 

James Raymond McNitt, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1953 

Richard Nicholas Mercurio, B.S., Bates College, 1952 

Hildreth Adele Newell, A.B., College of Wooster, 1952 

Meredith Eggers Ostrom, A.B., Augustana College, 1952 

Scott Harlan Phillips, B.S., University of Kansas, 1953 

Wayne Arthur Pryor, B.S., Centenary College, 1952 

Donald West Sprouse, B.S., Aiarshall College, 1949 

Byron Clifford Staffeld, Jr., B.S., 1952 

Charles Enoch Tranter, Jr., A.B., Augustana College, 1952 

Gene Douglass Wilson, B.S., Marshall College, 1950 

Roland Finley Wright, B.S., 1952 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 
Ralph Edwards, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1953 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Mariella Aikman, 'B.S., A.M., 1947, 1950 

Edna Claire Dick, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1952 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Alice Marie Ensign Rogers, B.S., Bob Jones University, 195 1 
Martha Elizabeth Samelson, B.S., 1948 

IN HORTICULTURE 

Elmer Ellis Ewtng, B.S., 1953 

Kou Ying Shu, B.S., National Taiwan University, 1951 

IN JOURNALISM 
Ira William Cole, B.S., 1948 

Mary Konstans, B.S., Northwestern University, 1948 
Lawrence Edward Sarbaugh, B.S., Ohio State University, 1942 



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IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Kenneth Warren Axthelm, A.B., Washington University, 195 1 

Anna Henckel Baker, A.B., University of Michigan, 1936; A.M., Western 

Reserve University, 1940 
Ruth Haedike Bedford, B.S., 1936 

Lila Brady, A.B., Indiana University, 1948; A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1949 
Modena Anne Brown, A.B., Baker University, 1946 

Christopher Bartram Devan, A.B., George Washington University, 1950 
Anna Elizabeth Finley, A.B., Asbury College, 1948 
Homer Lee Fletcher, A.B., Indiana University, 1953 
Paul Keith Friesner, A.B., Kansas Wesleyan University, 1951 
Shirley Ann Giesecke, A.B., 1953 

Cynthia Taylor Haigh, A.B., American University, 1952 
Mary Alice Hall, B.S., Kansas State College, 1952 
Gustave Adolphus Harrer, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 

1948, 1950, 1953 
Alice Rose Johnson, B.S., Northwestern University, 1953 
Alden Louis Lindner, A.B., Capital University, 1948 

Mason Gene Martin, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1950 
Ellie Allene McKinney, A.B., Sul Ross State College, 1944; A.M., University of 

Tennessee, 1945 
Charlotte Katherine Post, A.B., Olivet College, 1928; B.S.(L.S-), Western 

Reserve University, 1937 
Richard Lee Taylor, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1952 
Natalie Ann Tinkham, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1953 
Laura Elizabeth Vroman, B.S.(L.S.), A.B., New York State College for 

Teachers, 1934, 1947 
Catherine Elizabeth Weidle, A.B., Fontbonne College, 1946; A.M., St. Louis 

University, 1949 
Barbara Wilson, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1953 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Charles William Gardner, B.S., 1953 

Roland Lach, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1952 

Donald Wilson Mansfield, B.S., 1951 

Harry Eugene Scribner, B.S., University of Akron, 1951 

Livy Timothy Wilson, B.S., Kentucky State College, 195 1 

IN MARKETING 

Aly Abdel Meguid Aly Abdou, B.Com., Fouad First University, 1950 
Per-Eric Engvall, Economics Degree, Stockholm School of Economics, 1950 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Frank William Carlborg, A.B., Ripon College, 1950 

David William Dean, A.B., 1953 

Willard Donald James, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1952 

Jerome Harold Neuwirth, B.S., City College of New York, 1952 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Chuan Fang Chen, B.S., 1953 

William Henry Groetzinger, III, B.M.E., University of Delaware, 195 1 

Philip Meriweather Mueller, B.S., 1953 

Syed Hasan Reza, B.S., B.E., Osmania University, 1949, 1952 

Jacob Peter Wolofsky, B.Eng., McGill University, 1953 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

James Richard Kerr, B.S., 1952 
James Travis Stanley, B.S., 1952 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Donovan Paul Hough, B.S., 1953 

Cortland Roy Hultberg, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1953 

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Charles Francois Moten, B.S., Lincoln University, IQ49 

Jose Smolensky Otis, Diploma, Juilliard School of Music, 1950; B.Mus., 1051 

Donald Lee Paul, B.S., 1953 

Arthur Raymond Roth, B.Mus. Ed., Millikin University, 1950 

Phyllis Anne Schleich, B.Mus. Ed., Cornell College, 1047 

Loyd Edward Settle, B.S., 1954 

Russell William Smith, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1953 

Mary Elaine Wallace, B.F.A., Nebraska State Teachers College, 1040 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Carl Soren Christensen, B.S., Springfield College, 1953 

Vera Duerschner Lundahl, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1950 

Arthur Mathews Palmer, B.S., State Teachers College (St. Cloud, Minnesota), 

1953 
Willard Charles Robertson, B.S., State Teachers College (Bemidji, Minnesota), 

1953 
Vernon Robert Winter, B.S., 1947 

IN PHYSICS 

Marvin Denham Girardeau, Jr., B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1952 

Harold Eugene Hall, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1952 

Walter Ashley Harrison, B.Eng.Physics, Cornell University, 1953 

Nathan Levine, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1952 

Daniel Charles Mattis, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953 

Jane van Winkle Morgan, A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1952 

Albert Eugene Murray, B.S., 1948 

Richard Henry Parker, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1943 

Wilbert Clarence Prothe, A.B., Kansas State Teachers College, 1950 

Raymond Solomon, B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1952 

Raydong Sun, B.S., The Principia, 1952 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Barbara Elizabeth Chick, B.S., Bates College, 1950 

Donald Fred Huelke, B.S., 1952 

Frances Veronica McCann, A.B., University of Connecticut, 1952 

Sherwin Mizell, B.S., 1952 

Richard Gaston Quevy, B.S., Millikin University, 1952 

Harold Nathaniel Sivertsen, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1953. (Degree 

awarded posthumously.) 
William Gene Stone, B.S., 1952 
Marion Zucker, B.S., Queens College, 1953 

IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Richard Edward Covington, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1952 
Edward William Lingel, B.S., Montana State College, 1951 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Donald Lewis Edwards, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1949 
Martha McKissick Mattoon, B.S., Monmouth College, 1949 
Robert Francis Nagel, A.B., 1947 

IN THE TEACHING OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Julius Binder, B.S., 1953 

Richard Dean Konicek, B.S., 1953 

Ollie Harrot Phipps, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1949 

Annie Louise Richardson, B.S., Johnson C. Smith University, 1944 

Ruth Skolnick, B.S., 1952 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 
Esther Rodriguez-Momoytio, B.S., Instituto de Segunda Ensenanza, 1940 

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IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 
Marlowe James Hartzer, B.S., 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Marvin Cohen, B.S., 1953 

Harry James McBlaine, Jr., B.S., 1951 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Bengt Baltzar Broms, Civil Engineer, Chalmers University of Technology 

(Gothenburg), 1952 
Tien Sun Chang, B.S., 1952; M.S., 1953 
Rathnam Venkat Sanga, L.M.E.E., Osmania Technical College, 1941; 

M.S.(M.R), 1953 
Digindra Mohan Sen, B.S., University of Calcutta, 1951 

IN ZOOLOGY 

William Zander Lidicker, Jr., B.S., Cornell University, 1953 
Norval Delbert McCord, Jr., B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1952 
George Thomas Perry, B.S., St. Louis University, 1953 
Christina MacGregor Richards, A.B., Bates College, 195 1 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Betty Charlene Abraham, B.S., B.Mus., 1951, 1953 

Kenneth Allen Bade, B.Mus., Olivet Nazarene College, 1949 

June Eunice Barsalou, B.Mus., Olivet Nazarene College, 1952 

Huot Fisher, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1953 

Karen Margaret Osborne Fisher, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1953 

Virginia Brorby Horner, A.B., Smith College, 1951 

Roy David Johnson, B.M.E., Augustana College, 1949 

Charles Joseph, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1953 

Mary Jane Benscoter Paul, B.Mus., 1949 

Margaret Elaine Somers, B.Mus., 1952 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Robert Owen Adams, B.S., Eureka College, 1950 

Maude Louise Anderson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1950 

Cornelia Evelyn Austin, B.S., 1953 

Forrest Monroe Austin, Jr., B.S., Shurtleff College, 1951 

Thomas Eliot Benner, Jr., B.S., 1950 

Mary Frances Binkley, B.S., 1948 

Estella Maxine Bloom, A.B., 1949 

Janet Robinson Bosley, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 195 1 

Betty Jane Brooks, A.B., Blackburn College, 1952 

Robert Dean Cain, B.S., 1950 

Lillie E. Carroll, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1941 

James Hamilton Cromwell, B.S., Bradley University, 1951 

Delbert Marlin Davis, A.B., Illinois College, 1950 

Katye Boyd Dockins, B.S., Southern University, 1943 

Glendon Wade Elledge, B.S., 1952 

Roy William Erdman, B.S., Carthage College, 1950 

Mary Barbara Foley, B.S., 1933 

William Albert Fortschneider, B.S., 1950 

Keith Robert Getschman, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1949 

Leslie Eugene Glenn, A.B., Illinois College, 1950 

Mary Lucile Bevis Goodrich, A.B., 1925 

Cedric Maynard Gowler, B.S., 1951 

Daisy Anne Greene, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1951 



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Gerdon Gundy, Jr., B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Millard Keith Hauge, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

George Emil Henning, Jr., A.B., Augustana College, 1953 

Richard Floyd Howe, A.B., McKendree College, 1948 

John William Hubbartt, B.S., Purdue University, 1949 

Elton Edwin Jeffers, B.S., 1949 

Merton Lewis Jessel, B.S., Stout Institute, 1941 

Louis Wallace Jolliff, B.S., University of Washington, 1941 

Freda Marie Kirts, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

Richard Charles Kolze, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Norma Valmonte Laconico, B.S., A.M., Centro Escolar University, 1949, 1952 

Ethel Brown Longest, B.S., 1950 

Gene Edison Lynn, A.B., 1952 

Charles Hannam McKie, B.S., 1950 

Rosemarie Reckling McKie, A.B., 1950 

William Albert Mills, A.B., Illinois College, 1952 

John Ora Mings, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1937 

Ruth Elizabeth McKemie Moak, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947 

Jessie Fujita Morisato, B.S., 1950 

Fanny Firth Morris, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1953 

Elizabeth Ione Mullins, B.S., Miami University, 1950 

Eugene Douglas Nichols, B.S., University of Chicago, 1949; A.M., 1953 

Benton Dempsey Odum, B.S., 1950 

Nora Hisano Okada, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1950; B.S., University of 

Minnesota, 195 1 
Hans Christian Olsen, Jr., B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
John B. Orler, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1952 
Bal Rama Pasricha, B.S., M.S., Lucknow University, 1936, 1938; A.M., London 

University, 1949 
Mary Ann Pelikan, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1952 
Rosemary Shortall Pembroke, B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College, 1946 
Alan Joseph Peshkin, A.B., 1952 
Donald Charles Pittman, B.S., 1951 

Ruth Blankenship Prelec, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1945 
Geraldine Marie Richmond, B.S., Lincoln University, 1949 
Jack Kenneth Robertson, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Gladys Fairchild Robinson, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 
Frank Stewart Rogers, A.B., University of Wyoming, 1950 
Marvin G. Roof, B.S., Ball State College, 1953 
Umakanta Sarma, A.B., A.M., University of Calcutta, 1938, 1940 
Marvin Clayburn Shaw, A.B., Eastern Central State College, 1950 
Ethel Ephron Sherman, A.B., 1953 
Dorothy May Sherrard, B.S., 1950 
Rebecca Ann Sargent Staffeld, A.B., 1950 
Robert Lee Summer, A.B., Eureka College, 1951 
Clifford Otis Taylor, A.B., Florida State University, 1950 
Maurine Pursell Taylor, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 195 1 
Alfred George Thurston, A.B., Aurora College, 1950 
Everett George Uphoff, B.S., 1951 

Gwenivere Elaine Watke, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Boyce Alexander Wilkins, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1951 
Dorothy Theresa Tabbert Yates, A.B., 1940 

Dorothea Jean Yeoman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Ralph Wilbur Zech, B.S., 1938 
John Bahr Zimmerman, A.B., McKendree College, 1926 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK 

Sandra Dwork Arbit, A.B., 1951 

Ann Elizabeth Atwell, B.S., University of Texas, 1942 

Philip Dale Buker, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1942; A.M., 1951 

Jeanne Corinne Parker Compton, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1950 

Ruth Eleanora Danekas, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Lupe Agnes Domingez, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 



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Elizabeth Jane Ferguson, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1949 

Carol Mathilda Goerisch, A.B., Western College, 195 1 

Shin Hyung Kim, B.S., Ewha University, 1949; A.B., Adelphi College, 1952 

Lillian Chiyeko Kimura, B.S., 1951 

Edgar Allen Krattli, A.B., The Principia, 1950 

Hazel Lockett, A.B., Indiana University, 1952 

Ruth Zielinski Newman, A.B., Antioch College, 1950 

Israel Emmerson Royer, A.B., Elizabethtown College, 1952 

Beverly Diamond Schpoont, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1950 

Elaine Alice Switzer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1936 

Peggy Lou Turner, A.B., 1952 

Marianne Walters, A.B., University of California, 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

Nicholas Winter Bridge, B.F.A., 1952 

Kenneth Allen Burge, Jr., B.F.A., Washington University, 1952 

Billy Morrow Jackson, B.F.A., Washington University, 1949 

Janice Louise Koenig, A.B., Pennsylvania State College, 1947 

Robert Thomas Taugner, B.F.A., 1953 

Robert John Wilbert, B.F.A., 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWS 

Nerayo Issayus, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950; LL.B., 1953 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Ralph Sterling Davis, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1937; M.S., 1948 

Myron Delbert Green, B.S., M.S., 1935, 1951 

Roy Lewis Hostettler, B.Ed., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1941, 1947 



HONORS 

Candidates presented by Henning Larsen, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Provost of the University 

VALEDICTORIAN 

Carol Hesper Seibert, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

CO-SALUTATORIANS 

Marlin Dallas Kleckner, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine 
Carol Leigh Stewart, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

BRONZE TABLET 

Robert Eddy Armstrong, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Elisabeth Joan Bachman, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Frederick Louis Behrends, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Law 
Elaine Kahn Bernsen, Bachelor of Science in the Education of the Deaf 



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Wayne Alden Brown, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Patricia Jean Burian, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 

Nancy Jane Carter, Bachelor of Science in Commercial Teaching 

Dale Keith Colyer, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Edward James Conklin, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Betty Jean Cook, Bachelor of Science in Management 

Marilyn Marks Fleming, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 

Shayle Phillip Fox, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Gunards Hans, Bachelor of Architecture 

Robert Harold Hardin, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Laurence Stockton Higgins, Bachelor of Architecture 

Judith Marol Hoffman, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 

Patsy Rose Hopper, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Spanish 

James Robert Jackson, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 

Robin Reynolds Johnston, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Margaret Mary Kincius, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Marlin Dallas Kleckner, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine 

Karl Leonard Kleimenhagen, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Peter Albert Konneker, Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering 

Dolores Ann Kotsiakos, Bachelor of Science in Health Education 

Florence Marian Kraabel, Bachelor of Science in Music Education 

Mary Ann Kula, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Speech 

Dwight Atherton Mahaffy, Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering 

Charles William Meyer, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Robert Lee Mieher, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 

Joan Carolyn Noble, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Speech 

Corliss Edwin Phillabaum, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Robert Northrop Quade, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Milton Erwin Radant, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Melvin Eugene Rath, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Franco Scardiglia, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Carl Eugene Schauble, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Edward Richard Schumann, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Carol Hesper Seibert, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

Donald Cecil Shreffler, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Raymond Larry Slanker, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising Design 

Frances Bee Sochat, Bachelor of Science in Speech Correction 

Russell LaVerne Sohn, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Law 

Alice Joan Solomon, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 

Carol Leigh Stewart, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Victor Joseph Tennery, Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering 

Bonnie Trankle Van Fossan, Bachelor of Music 

Donna Roese Vetter, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics Education 

Harold Simon Weber, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Herbert Wiesmeyer, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

James Dudley Winefordner, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Gloria Esther Winkel, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 

Porter John Womeldorff, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Joseph John George Yancik, Jr., Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering 

Elizabeth Jane Yeatter, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Candidates presented by Robert R Hudelson, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Agriculture 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 



Kenneth Dwayne Ackers 
Robert Wayne Adams 
Morton Stratford Anderson 
Norman Beecher Ashley 
Donald Gene Ator 
Eldon Ray Aupperle 
Gerald Lee Bachman 
Wayne Haldon Barber 
Norville Earl Barnes 
Walter Edward Barnes, III 
James Bernard Bennett 
Charles Melvin Berlin 
Glenn Wesley Bevington 
George Opdycke Blakely, Jr. 
John McKnight Bloss 
James Gordon Bridgeland 
Wayne Alden Brown, with High 

Honors 
John Allan Bruggen 
Dale Bury 
Lester James Bushue 
Donald Eugene Butler 
Donald Fred Carlson 
Donald Arthur Cash 
David George Cole 
Fred Andrew Collins, Jr. 
Dale Keith Colyer, with High Honors 
Fred Mitchell Cooper, with Honors 
Calvin Harrison Cowsert 
James Edwards Crossley, Jr. 
William Russell Croxville 
James Cannon Daugherty 
Henry Ryuzo Emoto, with Honors 
Kenneth Eugene Fleck 
Charles Vivian Fort 
Patrick Thomas Gallivan 
Peter Galuk 
Roy Gentry Ganote, Jr. 
Bernard George Goetze 
Lawrence Wilbur Gregory, Jr. 
Ronald Lee Greve, with Honors 
Charles Keith Haning 
Gerald Lee Hansen 
Howland Bruce Hanson 
Robert William Hayward, Jr. 
John Mark Healy 
Robert Chris Heggemeier 
William Frederich Heinhorst 
Elmer Charles Hendricks 
Charles Albert Herrmann 
Dale Allen Hewitt 



Bernard Anthony Hodapp 

Herbert Dean Hofer 

Donald Alexander Holt, with High 

Honors 
Wilfred Ray Irish 
Donald Glenn Jacobs, with High 

Honors 
James Junior Jeffers 
Jewel Alvin Jenne 
John William Kelley 
Orval Guy Kerchner, with Honors 
Paul Dorris Kermicle, with High 

Honors 
David Richard Knollhoff 
Gayle Richard Krantz, with Honors 
George Ralph Lander 
Paul Lawrence Larson 
Jess Ray Lathrop, Jr. 
Richard Scott Lawless 
Alan Richard Lawrence 
E. Fred Legner 

George Jacob Lewis, with High Honors 
Donald Hugh Loomis 
Robert Charles Lough 
John Clarence Lowrey 
William Calvin Martin, with Honors 
Bertil Einar Mattson 
Allan Dale May, with High Honors 
Paul Eugene Mechling 
Robert Russell Mickey 
Charles George Mogged 
Delbert Delaine Mundt 
Samuel Augustus Peak 
Ervin Paul Pelichoff 
William Kenyon Pierce, Jr. 
Ross Lee Poggenpohl 
James Charles Ranson 
Oscar Gustav Rasmussen 
John Edwin Rentschler 
Wallace Edward Reynolds 
Richard Whitney Rockenbach 
LeRoy David Sauder 
Carl Eugene Schauble, with High 

Honors 
James Edward Scherer 
Edward Richard Schumann, with 

High Honors 
Frank Joseph Seidl 
Donald Cecil Shreffler, with High 

Honors 
Norman Dean Shreffler 



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David Eugene Sidwell 
Norman Wayne Sleight 
Culver Bradley Slocum 
Denis Dean Smaage 
Donald Wayne Smith 
Mekritt William Sprague, with 

Honors 
Joseph Albert Stetson, with High 

Honors 
Richard Banfe Stone 
John Raymond Sullivan 
Michael Deschenes Sweeney 
Earl Rudolph Taute, with High 

Honors 
Daryle Eugene Tegeder 
Richard Perry Tolle, II 
William A. Tompkins, with Honors 
Ocie Allen Trimble 

IN DAIRY 

James Arlie Eadie 
Mack Moody Ernster 



David Miller Van Doren, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Gerald Duane Wagler 
Melvin Merle Wagner 
Roe Edward Walker, with Honors 
Alvin Wakefield Warren 
Ryland Edwin Webb, with Honors 
Gerald Lawrence Wedekind 
William Ernest Weingarz, Jr. 
Burton Carl Wikgren 
Robert Lantz Willerton, with Honors 
Franklyn Harmon Willey 
Louis Willis Willson 
Sherman B. Winings 
Marvin Stanley Wolford, with 

Honors 
Thurman Dorence Yohnka 

TECHNOLOGY 

John Martin Jacus, with Honors 
Ralph Truman Turnbull 



Jimmy Dewaine Dates 
Roger Lee De Young 
Eugene Henry Eckebrecht 



IN FLORICULTURE 

Orrin Teddy Earl Ferris 
Edith Marian Fleischer 
Albert Lee Scheffler 



Richard Conrad Thorp 



IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 
IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Margaret Ann Akey 

Jean Anne Albro 

Mary Barbara Allen 

Jane Frances Arvedson 

Janette Martha Bernhardt 

Beverly Joan Bliss 

Hulda Ann Brannan, with Honors 

Beverly Ann Brissenden 

Gale Marie Brittin 

Joan Brown 

Margaret Miles Conlin 

Patsy Ruth Coulson 

Sarah Jane Council 

Constance Cryder 

Joyce Winkler Culbertson 

Virginia Bird Deeds 

Phyllis Carrol Dittus 

Jean Gladys Elliott 

Mary Alice Gibbons 

Marie Agnes Hans 

Mary Lou Heatherly 

Mildred Louise Heischmidt 

Phyllis Wyman Hellstrom 

Harriett Eleanor Hutchings, with 

Honors 
Barbara Jean Jessen 
Romaine Lena Johns 
Constance Irene Juliussen 
Pauline Kala Kauffman, with High 

Honors 



Marjorie Jane Leach 

Carol Lou Link 

Joan Patricia Lower 

Lillian Barbara Lukowsky 

Wilma Jean Manning, with Honors 

Mary Ann McCue 

Betty Jean McDougall 

Mary Eleanor McPhail 

Anna LuEsta Meyer 

Elsie Joan Moen 

Doris Carolyn Netzer 

Jean Noffsinger 

Gwendolyn Elaine Owen 

Bernice Perry 

Gladys Baumann Powers 

Martha Jane Prather 

Sandra Hertz Rosenthal, with High 

Honors 
Betty Vance Searls 
Ramona Josephine Sedlacek 
Joan Marie Sullivan 
Jean Marilyn Thormahlen 
Carolyn Jean Travis 
Mary Phyllis Wade 
Sandra Maire Weber 
Beverly Ann Wheeler 
Ruth Janet Woll 
Eva Marie Wood all 



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IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Frances Kay Adams, with Honors 

Margaret Alice Birtwell 

Joyce Eileen Bolton, with Honors 

Mary Jane Bourne 

Mary Elizabeth Carson 

Virginia Marion Davis 

M. Roberta Edwards 

Dorthy Ann Figge, with High Honors 

Mary Jane Fishel 

Marianne Fisher 

Betty Juanita Johnson 

Lois Irene Johnson 

Eugenie Vallie Jones 

Martha Ruth Large 



Velma Marie Riley 
Mary Ann Rogers 
Polly Rebecca Sanders 
Romeyn Christine Schrock 
Betty Lou Shelton, with High 

Honors 
Caryl Louise Towsley, with Honors 
Donna Roese Vetter, with High 

Honors 
Edna Files Weber 
Edith Margaret Williams 
Jessie Mae Wisegarver 
Norma Lurtz Ziegler, with Honors 



IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 



Audrey Sonberg Luther 



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THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Candidates presented by William Littell Everitt, E.E., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Engineering 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Gordon Darrell Booz 

Harold Dale Burr 

John Norman Fisher 

Richard Albert Heinz 

James Edward Jackson 

Claude D. Jones 

Dvvight Atherton Mahaffy, with 

Honors 
Robert Earl Miller, with Honors 
Dwight Alva Moberg, with Honors 
John Iver Peter sen- 



Kenneth Dale Reside 
Walter Stanley Ruczynski 
Raymond Francis Siewert 
Lawrence Eugene Tisserand 
John Eugene Torrillo 
Rodolfo Devera Vergara 
Steven LeRoy Webb 
Robert Earl Whelan 
James John Zettek, Jr. 
Anthony Zombolas 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



John Joseph Bardos 

Wilfred Edwin Gould, Jr. 

Peter Albert Konneker, with Honors 

Donald Allen Kries 

Charles Hart Rogers 



Cletus Earl Schertz, with Honors 
Theodor Ernst Schreyer, Jr., with 

Honors 
James Jay Slepicka 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



Robert Eugene Cowan 

Clarence Leonard Hoenig 

Peter Dean Shalek, with Honors 



Victor Joseph Tennery, with High 
Honors 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Bernard George Bosch 
John Russel Boyer 
Warren Herman Brandt 
John James Bratsakis 
Harold Robert Coldwater 
George Manuel Comnenos 
Ashley Bateman Craig, Jr., with 

Honors 
Frank Joseph Di Frank 
Leo Robert DiVita 
Donald Gardner Eddy 
John Wainman Flanders 
Robert Austin Fosnaugh 
John Myron Freeman 
Michael Paul Gaus, with Honors 
Leroy William Heilmann 
Donald Earl Henning, with High 

Honors 
Gordon Harold Jackson 
Thomas Richard Kaar 
Richard Paul Kaptain 
Steve Samuel Kolar 
Robert Michael Koscielny 



Motiejus Kvedaras 

Kenneth Leonard son 

Alfredo Lopez 

Max H. Lorig 

Robert William Mikitka, with High 

Honors 
Cayetano Jose Morelli 
Ralph Henry Morgan 
Torsten Carl Ivar Muhr 
Leonard Ernest Olson 
Frank Pierotti 
Richard Louis Raffin 
Walter Francis Rowland, with High 

Honors 
Robert Basil Rurka 
Johnnie Schwinn, Jr. 
Harry Raymond Stearney 
Robert Newton Storer, Jr., with 

Honors 
Bernardo Antonio Vergara 

LOTCHER ALJOE WaINSCOTT 

Glen Evert Wildermuth 
Nick James Zografos 



[29] 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



James Marvin Bailey 
Samuel Beckham Balden 
Carleton Robert Bergstedt 
Frank Richard Bielawa 
William Gene Brown 
Edward Lee Conover, Jr. 
Donald Joseph Cook 
Alexander Edwards 
Luis Fernando Garcia 
Marlyn Eugene Gieseking 
James Francis Hannagan, Jr, 
Robert Harold Hardin, with 

Honors 
Charles Edward Haynes 
Dean Duff Hickman 
George Edward Hunt 
James C. Jangarathis 
Edward Wesley Johanson 
Robert Martin Johnson 
Charles John Kersch 
Robert Henry Kramp 
Gerald Leavitt 



High 



Otto James Loekle 
Melvin Joseph Mendralski 
Donald Henry Nash, with Honors 
Alan Jay Padorr 
James Robert Peterson 
Ronald Wyatt Potter 
Kenneth George Priestap 
Milton Erwin Radant, with High 

Honors 
Laurel Warren Reber 
Leon Marion Roszyk 
James Gordon Roth 
Emil George Rupprecht 
Robert David Seinfeld 
Franklin John Sekera 
Michael Alan Shapiro 
Edward William Stark 
Ruel Vaughn Weas 
Robert Leslie Whitman 
Porter John Womeldorff, with High 

Honors 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 



Alan Blankfield 

John Eugene Chin 

Alan Coulter England 

Richard Charles Fedder 

Herbert Wayne Kuehne, with Honors 



Robert Lee Mieher, with High Honors 
William Lenox Perkins 
Robert Frank Trapp 
Gloria Esther Winkel, with High 
Honors 



Frank Cecil Dayton, Jr. 
George Harold Elsner 
William Eugene Getzen 
John Charles Kiest 
Thomas Edward Madden 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 



John Louis Marsters 

Robert Aaron Neiman, with Honors 

Guy Thomas Scott 

James Howard Sood 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Walter Martin Abele 

Angelo Charles Arcaro 

Herbert Judson Ballard 

Kemp Ray Bunting 

Richard Allen Capek 

Robert Warren Davison 

Richard Julius De Marco 

David Arthur Dixon 

Gerald Owen Early 

William Edwin Ely 

Haroon Al-Rashid Farman-Farmaian 

Arnold Kerp Fieser 

David Lowell Flesher 

William Leland Flesher 

Ernest Richard Fluder 

Gordon La Verne Fowler 

Frans Hjalmar Fryksdale 

Lloyd Malcolm Geertz, with Honors 

George Bruce Gurney 

Harold Shaefer Harper, with Honors 

Paul Irving Hutchinson, with Honors 



Charles Janka, Jr. 

James Thomas Johnson 

Vergil Wilson Kelley, with Honors 

Karl Leonard Kleimenhagen, with 

High Honors 
John Frank Krupka 
Glenn Leland Likes 
Gustav Robert Lofgren 
Gordon Lee Lovestrand 
Donald James Lynn 
Fred Roscoe MacDonald 
Robert James McCracken 
John Joseph McCune, with Honors 
Raymond Armin Mueller, with 

Honors 
Robert Elmer Olson 
Richard Ernest Osborne 
Walter T. Potts 

Robert Northrop Quade, with Honors 
Waldemar Rawicki 
Franklin William Ridgway 



[30] 



Harry Gardner Rogers 
Robert Arthur Schoeppel 
Gerald Kenneth Slocum 
Kenneth Watson Slocum, Jr. 
Gordon Charles Smith 
William Westbrook Smith 
William Richard Trexler 
Gary Martin Unterberger 



Lawrence Claudius Utberg, with 

Honors 
Ronald Paul Vacek 
Jim Michael Venetucci 
Richard Frank Wharton 
Ivan Harris Whitsell 
Kenneth Francis Wollenberg 
Clyde Leroy Young 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Warren Anderson 
Richard Rowland Berry 
Wilford Herschel Couts, Jr. 
Robert Lewis Dreshfield, with Honors 



Gilbert Arthur Jones 
Dee Lyle Lightbody 
Roy Ralf Ross 
Richard Vincent Turley 



IN MINING ENGINEERING 



Richard William Halsted 
Oscar Dudley McDaniel, Jr. 
Marvin Ross Neal 

IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Paul Anton Kuhn 



Joseph John George Yancik, Jr. 
Honors 



with 



[31] 



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates presented by Joseph R. Smiley, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Jean Lee Crowley 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Ronald Samuel Adelson 

Beatrice Ann Agase 

George David Akerberg 

Warren Arthur Anderson 

Robert Eddy Armstrong, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Thelma Jean Armstrong 
Shirley Anne Aschenbach 
Janice Barbara Babb 
Carl Joseph Baker, Jr. 
Babette Stipes Bartholow 
Donna Jane Beck 
Claris Dorine Beeson, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
Charlotte Edith Bender 
John Thomas Bender 
Harris Lee Berenbaum 
Richard Thomas Bergeron 
Helen Mildred Bernoudy 
Iris Bernstein 
Patricia Jean Biskupic, with Honors 

in German 
Elaine Rita Bland 
Patricia Anne Romig Boord 
Bernard Neal Borman, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Joseph Benjamin Brensley 
jodell carrington brewster 
William James Brown 
Joseph Cresap Brubeck 
Robert Lyons Bubb 
Jeannine Mae Burnier 
Andrew Bylinowski 
Daniel Joseph Cahill 
Carl Henry Carlson, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Nancy Ruth Carlson 
Donald Croft Cell, with Honors in 

Economics 
Hsiao Hsiang Chang 
Charles Vincent Chesnul, Jr. 
Yu-Min Chou 
Glen J. Church 
Allan Edward Cone 
Claib Lee Cook 
Frances Ann Corcoran 
Barbara Ann Cross, with High 

Honors in Speech 
Margaret Ellen Curtiss 
Helen Broome Dates, with Honors in 

Rhetoric 



Tanner Rigsbee Davis 

John Lee Defebaugh 

Robert Richie Dickey, with High 
Honors in Spanish 

Carl Dean Dilsaver 

Joan Dodds 

Rae Walter Downey 

Allen Leslie Dubner 

Richard Bernard Anthony Duffy 

Charles Edwin Dunn 

William Henry Ebbinghaus 

Diane Roberta Evans 

M. Robert Fantl 

Inez Jane McCusker Finfgeld 

Kathryn Margret Folts, with High 
Honors in Spanish 

Gus Friedman, Jr. 

James Friend, with Honors in English 

Stuart Alan Gerber 

Lenore Marie Glanz, with High 
Honors in History 

Barbara Louise Gleason 

Richard Irwin Golden 

Clyde Benjamin Graham, Jr., with 
Highest Honors in Chemistry 

Everett Paul Grahn 

William Harding Grant 

Janet Lu Green 

Elisabeth Emmy Gregoric, with High- 
est Honors in Political Science 

Joshua Todd Griffith, III 

Jerome Jay Hahn 

Robert Lee Halliday 

Richard Francis Hangren 

Samuel George Harding 

Dorothy Frances Hartigan 

Louise Ann Hausman 

Jane Susanne Hayes 

John Gilmore Hayes, with High 
Honors in Geography 

William Marvin Henderleiter 

Susan Hill Herrick 

Margaret Scott Hill 

Elizabeth Anne Hoel 

George Donald Holzman 

Bruce Pierce Huffer 

Keith Janes Hunt 

John Paul Ingold 

Marie Ann Irving 

Herbert Morton Jacobowitz 



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Edward Robert Jacobs 

Robin Reynolds Johnston 

Joyce Chloean Jones 

Sol Leonard Kardon 

Jean Esther Kendall 

Charles Miller King 

Nicholas Scott King 

Richard Myers King 

Richard Kirk 

Howard Joel Klapman, with Honors 

in History 
John Harold Klarner 
Richard Alan Koebler 
Douglas Paul Koehler 
Donald Philip Kraybill 
Carl Krumhardt, Jr. 
Donald Lee LaMorticella 
Carl Jennings Lane, Jr., with Honors 

in Political Science 
Ruth Langham 
Ann Marie Lankford, with Highest 

Honors in English 
Barbara Fradyl Lason 
Donald Marshall Lasser 
Richard Thomas Leiweke 
Phyllis Shirley Lerman 
Dorothy Therese Lescher 
Elias Levin 

Albert Joseph Libanoff 
Martin Lindauer, with High Honors 

in Psychology 
Jo Anne Linneman 
Judith Lee Li stem an 
Raymond Lowy 
Lou Ann Lupton 
Richard Allen Mabry 
Julia Parker MacKnight 
Philip William Mahin 
Tobey Louise Margolis, with High 

Honors in French 
George Franklin Marko 
Janet Claire Marshall 
John Warren Matteson 
Sarah Margaret McAllister 
Nancy Jane McCarty, with Honors in 

English 
Marjorie Anita McCormick, with 

Honors in Sociology 
Cirilo A. McSween 
Ruth Marie Metzler 
Charles William Meyer, with 

Highest Honors in Economics 
Jerrold Stuart Michaels 
Ila Keith Miller 
James Nicholas Miller 
Richard Raymond Namy 
Ruth Johns Nelson 
Patrick George O'Beirne 
Albert Yooji Orita 
Nick Chris Pamel 
Victoria Pappas 
Joann Dawn Patton 
Ivan Charles Pavlin 
Bernadette Perona 



Corliss Edwin Phillabaum, with 

Highest Honors in Speech 
George William Phillips, with 

Honors in Economics 
Robert Childs Phillips 
Jimmy Victor Pierce 
Dorris Jean Prasuhn 
Nancy Alexander Price, with Honors 

in Speech 
Margaret Mary Quish 
Daniel Rapoport 
Ruth Butler Reace 
Charles Alexander Reding 
Robert Owen Rempert 
Jerry Smith Rhodes 
Robert Riback 
JoAnne Josephine Riedel 
Lawrence Ripes 
George Blake Robinson, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Patricia Ross Robinson 
Mark Rolland 
Ernest Rubinstein 
David Charles Rueckert 
William Daniel Ryan 
Harold Leonard Saferstein 
Ramona Marie Schmidt 
David James Shanks 
Norman Israel Shapiro, with Honors 

in History 
Barry Henry Sherb 
William Michael Shewchuk 
Betty Diane Siegal 
Charles Walter Silvers 
Leslie George Simon 
Mary Ekdahl Smart 
Jerald James Smejkal 
Grace Helen Smith 
Karen Jeanne Smith 
Edward David Somberg 
Glenn Wilbur Speer 
Fred Wayne Springe 
Richard Charles Stevens 
Sidney Alfred Stutz, with High 

Honors in English 
Janice Kay Sullivan 
Thomas Richard Sullivan, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
William Milton Swope 
Raymond Masatomo Tamura 
Ann Dyas Thayer, with Highest 

Honors in French 
Virginia Boyles Thomas 
John Clair Thompson 
Rodney Orrin Thorson 
Richard Grant Turner 
Betty Charleson Ulbricht 
Eberhard Peter Vischer 
Philip Gordon Waggoner 
Walter Eugene Washington 
Dorothy Joan Watson 
Marilyn Lucille Webber 
Mary Louise Weber 



[33] 



Milton E. Weiner 
Barbara Gayle Weir 
Roland Bertil Westerlund 
Donald Wallis Wiczer 
Ermin Stanley Wojcik 
Stephen Baron Wolfberg, with 
Honors in Political Science 
Shoji Yamada 
Sue Ann Yaver 



Elizabeth Jane Yeatter, with 
Highest Honors in English 

Sallie JoAnne Young, with Honors in 
Speech 

Sanford S. Zevon 

Robert W. Zimmerman, with Highest 
Honors in History 

Judy Pauline Zucker 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Joan Amabel Bonnell, with Honors 

Lois Ellen Johnson 

Joan Yvonne Kirts, with Honors 

Mary Colleen Leahy 

Marie Antoinette Mancuso 



Maureen Elizabeth Murphy 
Elizabeth Louise Sandhaas 
Carol Hesper Seibert, with Highest 
Honors 



Don Wan Crusor 



IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 

William Brett Dunhouse 



IN THE TEACHING OF LATIN 

Sharon Javais Kruse, with High Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



Spencer Hunter Brown, with Highest 

Honors 
Marcella Edna Comer 
Martha Lee Donnelly 
Arlie Emmett Fender, with High 

Honors 
Joy Frances Gilpin 
Virginia Rose Grollemond, with 

Highest Honors 
Joyce Ann Hunter 
Maurine Frieda Kelley 
Walter Michael Lacyk 
William James Langas 
Patricia Mary Lynn, with Honors 



Lorraine Weinberg Matz, with High 

Honors 
Donald Earl McClanahan 
Laurellen Porter, with Highest 

Honors 
Annette Rose Premack 
Robert Ernst Rohlfing 
Mildred Shabelman, with Honors 
Donald Wayne Smitley, with Highest 

Honors 
Charles Allen White 
Nancy Chong Whitman, with High 

Honors 
Janet Gail Wolfson, with Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 



Shirley Jean Bailey, with Honors 
Marilyn Ann Brummer, with Highest 

Honors 
Earl Franklin Doty 
Patsy Rose Hopper, with Highest 

Honors 
Harry Lee Kirby, Jr., with High 

Honors 



Sharon Rochelle Mayhall, with 

Highest Honors 
Rita Orga 

Mary Ethel Scone, with Honors 
Susan Arlene Woods, with Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 



Barbara Ann Barnes 
Mary Joan Dinsmore 
Donald Lee Edwards 
Elaine Judith Goldberg 
Dorothy Louise Jones 
Mary Ann Kula, with Highest 

Honors 
Janet Marie Morthorst, with High 

Honors 



Joan Carolyn Noble, with Highest 

Honors 
James Michael Nolan 
Frances Otis 
Mary Louise Rice 
John Wesley Strong 
Joyce Marion White 



[34] 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Edward John Borsuk, with Honors 

Kenneth Paul Brandenburg 

Charles E. Evans 

Richard James Fiala 

John Dewain Gabor, with High 

Honors 
Gerald Allen Gould 
Edward Yen-Chung Kung, with 

Honors 
James Russell Laible, with High 

Honors 



Elmer Eugene Leenerts 

Allan Edward Lieb 

Emil Joseph Malavolti 

Michael Michalchik 

Charles Frank Prokop 

John Albert Quinn, with Highest 

Honors 
Gerald William Ryan, with Honors 
Laurence Bresee Shappert 
Andrew Leo Stebnicki 
Alfred Edward Thompson 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Glenn Allen Berchtold, with Honors 
Janet Roberta Bradford, with Honors 
Gene Charles Broaddus 
Edward James Conklin, with Highest 

Honors 
Mary Gertrude Danaher, with 

Highest Honors 
Garold David Fritchey 
Norbert Anthony Goeckner 
Charles Thomas Goodhue, with 

Highest Honors 
Gordon Guroff 
Frank George Jacobs 
Douglas Frederick Joesting 
William Lee Lehn, with Honors 



Frederic Christian Loew 
Robert Julian Morris, Jr. 
Brigita Nijole Orvidas 
Franco Scardiglia, with Highest 

Honors 
John Samuel Paul Schwarz, with 

Highest Honors 
Harold Simon Weber, with Highest 

Honors 
James Dudley Winefordner, with 

Highest Honors 
Ying-Lieh Yeh, with Honors 
Richard Logsdon Young 
William Charles Zenisek 



Dorothy Agatha Lutchka 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Marilyn Alice Will 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



David Louis Abrams 
Ross Willard Adams 
Paul Leonard Adesko 
Francis William Allen 
Donald Shizuo Amano 
John Joseph Azukas 
Ann Carol Babel 
Elisabeth Joan Bachman, with 

Highest Honors in Bacteriology 
Carol Irene Ballinger 
Bruce Alan Bastian 
Evelynne Marie Berg, with Honors 

in Geography 
Robert Eugene Bishop 
Harry Victor Blaesing 
Stewart Norman Blumenfeld 
Virginia Joyce Bohn, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
Ronald James Brown 
Alan Charles Buck 
William Oliver Burns, with High 

Honors in Mathematics 
Eugene Arnold Casperson 
Nancy Lee Clark, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Richard David Cohn 



Charles Warrington Collings, Jr. 

Anatole Crane 

John Patrick Crowley, Jr. 

Michael Edward Cunningham 

Norbert Everett Cygan 

June Antonio Cykele, with Honors in 

Psychology 
David Oliver Davis 
James Henry Davis 
Mary Louise Dearing 
Dominic Gildo De Cristofaro 
Donald Frank Diedrich 
Charles Lynwood Dunphey 
Richard Kenneth Eyman 
Robert Kendall Fahnestock 
Jerry Sheldon Farber 
James William Fleischer 
Harold Freedman 
Howard Allen Gerstein 
Lloyd Neil Glawe 
Jessie Carrol Green, with Highest 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Robert William Hansen 
Betty Ruth Hartbank 
Deloras Fay Hawks 



[35] 



Henry Franklin Hay 

Matthew Milton Herman 

Don Lee Herrington 

Richard Burton Holt 

Howard Eugene Holzman 

John Walter Hugh 

Richard Allen Huntley 

Richard Benson Huntoon 

Edwin Thomas Jach 

Arlene Janette Jelinek 

Barbara Jean Johnson 

John Arthur Jones 

John Thomas Jones 

Barbara Frances Kaleta 

Gerald Saul Kane 

Bernard Kaufman 

Alan Burnett Kent 

Catherine Mary Key 

Richard Sherl Kinter 

Donald Burton Klugman 

Lawrence Stephen Koenig 

Elmer John Kozora 

Raymond Frederick Kramer, Jr., with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Erhard George Kugel 
Anita Lasher, with Honors in Botany 
Joan Claire Lathen, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Richard Irving Lawrenz 
Virginia Joann Lee, with Honors in 

Botany 
Peter Lawrence Leffman 
Arnold Marks Leib 
Baruch Levine 
Joyce Mae Leviton, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Roger Gene Ludwig 
Gail Avrum Magid 
William John McCleary 
Roy Earl McLaughlin 
Richard Crosbie McQuaid 
Floyd Thomas Meachum 
Robert Francis Meger, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Giles Barton Mizock 
Ted Morrison 
John Elmer Mueller 
John Humphrey Mulligan 
James Leonard Munson 

IN SPEECH 

James Clifford Chalfant 
Cynthia Shorb Chapel 
Lois Enright 
Eileen Mary Grigalunas 
Patsy Ruth Hardiman 



Elizabeth Ann Newbery 

Jacob Leonard Peterson, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Ronald Glenn Peterson 
Ross Henry Pohlo, Jr. 
Frances Bender Priest 
James Clark Pritchard 
Harold Carl Rasmussen 
Laura Louise Rypstat 
Lois Joan Schneeberger, with Highest 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Irwin Schneider 
Robert Otto Schrott 
Joan Schur 
Irvin Jay Schwartz 
William Arnold Seifert 
John Diel Shafer 
Sallie Rubin Shulman 
Myron Howard Singer 
Gunther William Sonnenfeld 
Nick Sperelakis 
Grant Ezra Steffen 
Robert James Stein 
Carol Leigh Stewart, with Highest 

Honors in Statistics 
Marian Nelle Stewart, with Honors 

in Bacteriology 
Helena Maria Suszko, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Lawrence Terfansky, with Honors in 

Zoology 
Eugene Piertz Tracer 
Albert Carl Upstrom 
Francis Masayuki Wachi 
Phillip Glenn Wahlbeck 
John Edward Warnock, with High 

Honors in Zoology 
Ann Weksler 
Ruth Ann Westlake 
Herbert Wiesmeyer, with Highest 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Florence Williams 
Irwin M. Yarmo 
Joseph Yoshiyuki Yasutake 
Joseph Zajaczkowski 
Armand Alan Zaleon 
Louise Dorothy Zingrone 
Edwin Arthur Zychowski 

CORRECTION 

Josephine Rowena Leaf 
Iris Elaine Nudelman 
Dorothy Marie Porter 
Frances Bee Sochat 



IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Afrodite Konstans, with High 

Honors 
Robert Williams Tuveson, with 

Highest Honors 



Mary Ruth Barnard, with Highest 

Honors 
Velma Martha Green 



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IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 
Mary Denison Bills, with Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 



Richard Henry Fields 
Geraldine Dolores Gaddy 
Richard Henry Gramann 



Gwendolyn Therese Halm 
Dale Eugene Kaiser, with Honors 
Patricia Carol Palbicke 



IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS AND THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES 
Clifford Allan Long, with Highest Honors 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 



Candidates presented by Albert James Harno, B.S., LL.B., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Law 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Joseph L. Fribley 
Ronald Stuart Miller 



IN LAW 

Donald Emory Netzel 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



State 



Uni- 
with 

195 1 



Kenneth George Arnesen, B.S 

University of Iowa, 195 1 
Norman Miles Aronovsky, A.B., 

versity of Chicago, 195 1 ; 

Honors 
Harold Griffith Baker, Jr., B.S. 
John William Bigger s 
Allan Lee Blair, B.S., 1954 
Rodney Gene Bucher, B.S., Bradley 

University, 1952 
James Ball Dickson, A.B., 1952 
Edward Joseph Enichen, A.B., Coe 

College, 1951 
Burton Erhard Ericson, A.B., 1951 
Anthony Ronald Fabiano 
Irving Sidney Fish man, A.B., 1952 
Charles Matthew Fuchtman 
Philip Kenneth Greenburg 
Emma Joy Hughes, A.B., 1951; with 

Honors 



Sherwood Benton Kains, A.B., 1952 
William Raymond Ketcham 
Joseph Patrick Koval, B.S., 1952 
Robert Edward Kuczynski, B.S., 1952 
Vincent Victor Mackenzie, B.S., 

Bradley University, 1953 
George Michael Marovich, B.S., 1952 
Joseph Louis Matz, A.B., 1951 
George Robert Mecherle, B.S. 
Robert Frank Munsell, A.B., 
Kenneth Ralph Palmer, B.S., 
Robert Plotkin, with Honors 
Donald Orion Skiles, A.B., 1952 
John Herbert Ward, A.B., Millikin 

University, 195 1 
Scherrill Wallace Weichbrodt, B.S., 

1952 



1952 
195 1 
1952 



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THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by B. L. Dodds, Ed.D. 
Dean of the College of Education 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 



Elizabeth Carmichael Adams 
Barbara Anne Baudino, with Honors 
Frances Ann Bennett, with High 

Honors 
Cedric Arnold Benson 
Ivan Nye Booher 
Virginia Lorraine Bott 
Margaret Beck Butzow 
Janet Weidner Carlson 
Ronald Warren Carlson 
George Wilford Cossman 
Gerald Howard Donenberg 
Barbara Joan Flanagan 
William Austin Green 
Harlan Gene Hettmansberger 
Helen Edith Hines 
Valjean Jones 



Frederick Alden Leafgren 

Katherine Lee McAnarney 

Patricia Cynthia Monroe 

Harold Lee Norfleet 

Anne Novosad 

Violet Natsuko Okada 

Rudolph Carl Peters 

Edward Thomas Placek 

Diane Louise Reich 

Robert Eugene Rodenbeck 

Philip Barnett Rouse 

John Edward Rutledge 

Janet Marilyn Sandholm 

Alice Elizabeth Stoik 

Nelda Mae Streleski 

Donald Stanley Joseph Wieczorek 

Ellen Green Williams 



IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 



Richard Lee Anosov 

Elaine Kahn Bernsen, with Highest 

Honors 
Idelle Sima Friedman 
Marlene Jule Kimbark 



Camille Gill Kirchner 

Ruth Mautz 

Carole Bonita Reemis, with High 

Honors 
Paula Lee Tager 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Beatrice Therese Jablonski 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Barbara Jean Anderson 

Joyce Dee White Ashby 

Ruth Jean Barnes 

Harriet Ann Beaudoin 

Joan Marie Becherer, with Honors 

Marijane Bergman, with Honors 

Carol Margaret Brown, with Honors 

Jean Ellen Callahan 

Bertha Aurilla Chandler 

Shelley Virginia Chase 

Juva Lou Cunningham 

Winifred Hardy Dettro 

Patricia Walgren Eckebrecht 

Margaret Joy Ferguson 

RrviA Sue Ferst 

James Hamilton Fletcher 

Margaret Ann Fry 

Mary Jeanette Gerdes 

Doris Marie Gerson 

Jane Pittenger Gill 

Renetta Greenberg 



Toby Pearl Greenberg, with High 

Honors 
Eunice Hammond Greene, with 

Honors 
Doris Jane Griva 
Barbara Lee Hagaman 
Irene Marie Harrington 
Sue Jane Hays 

Lois Rudelius Hazzard, with Honors 
Judith Marol Hoffman, with Highest 

Honors 
Joan Patricia Holin, with Honors 
Evalyn Mary Huffman 
Mary Louise Humphreys 
Charlotte Bell Jacobs 
Marianne Josephine Jankiewicz 

MlYEKO KATAYAMA 

Leila Joyce Kaufman 
Nannette Jane Klinkey 
Rhoda Lou Kodish 
Joan Kovitz 



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Norma June Kuntz 
Barbara Faye Levenson 
Carol Joan Levi 
Sandra Carol Levin 
Marilyn Ann Brandzel Leviton 
Barbara Ann Lipschultz 
Philip Robert Luhmann 
Elizabeth Ann Mace, with High 

Honors 
Judith Reh Marshall 
Dorothy Jean Martin 
Marilyn Alice Mayer 
Virginia Amanda Mersbach 
Jean Elizabeth Migely 
Ruth Constance Miller 
Dolores Mae Moser 
Darlene Pearl Munts 
Caryl Mae Neuhaus 
Ruth Ann Porter 



Thomas Joseph Powers 

Carolyn Ann Preston 

Lila Lu Rhodes 

Jo Ann Roberts, with Honors 

Shirley Joan Rodine 

Kalah Lee Roeder 

Beverly Lenore Shapiro 

Joan Lucille Smith 

Joanne Marie St. Aubin 

Margaret Louise Tracy 

Marlene Dole Ungeher 

Frieda Wallk, with High Honors 

Virginia Jeanne Ward 

Barbara Ruth Webber 

Roselyn Ann Greenman Wechter 

Maurine Weinstein 

Ann Louise Youngerman 

Janet Ellen Zink 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



Lowell Wallace Davis, Jr. 
John Ray Ehman 



Robert Donald Keen 
Robert Eugene Poggi 






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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Candidates presented by Paul Martin Green, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

James Rayburn Russell James Paul Tushaus 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Jay Wesley Anderson 

Neil Lynn Bergman 

James Alan Birnbaum 

Donald Duncan Cameron 

Donald Lee Campbell 

Robert Duane Carpenter 

LaVerne Henry Cassens 

Samuel J. Chiprin 

Charlotte Bernice Cumby 

Richard Lee Davison, with Honors 

Howard Leon Dolinger 

Edward Samuel Elins 

William Franklin Firke 

Sonia Cyvia Fischmann, with Honors 

Ronald Flores 

Shayle Phillip Fox, with High 

Honors 
Max Wilbur Frieburg 
Anna Chieko Fujita, with Honors 
William Shepard Gibson, Jr. 
Barry Paul Gilberg 
Paul Alan Gold, with Honors 
Melvin Harold Greene, with Honors 
Donald Joseph Harris 
Roy Cai Heidemann 
Ronald Everett Howard 
Henry Ernest Jachec, with Honors 
Garrett Hugh Jacobs 
Robert David Jaffee 
Raymond George Jiral 
George Kaneoka 
Edward Henry Kerch er, Jr., with 

Honors 



Margaret Mary Kincius, with 

Honors 
Thaddeus John Kucia 
Hal Lasater 
Kenneth Albert Lukasz 
Thomas Henry Maier 
Marilyn Grace Mathison 
William Lee McCarthy 
Jerome Meister, with Honors 
Fred John Meyer 
James Albert Mitchell 
Margarita Maria Neimanas 
Marguerite Donna Oberto 
Dennis James O'Brien 
Louis Olivero 

John William Pfeiffer, with Honors 
Russell Gilbert Phipps, Jr. 
Milton Rabyne 

Melvin Eugene Rath, with Honors 
George Heinz Ruediger, Jr. 
Lee David Schoenbrod 
Joseph James Sclafani 
Linda Jane Selders 
Thomas Barrett Sleeman 
James Arden Smith 
Frederic John Steggerda 
Thomas Ira Stein, with Honors 
John Alvin Trares 
Frank Jay Van Overstraeten 
Alexander W. Weaver 
Morris Morton Woloshin 
Kenneth Eugene Wood 
Kean Shingo Yamamoto 



IN ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCE 

Dale Arnold Fischer, with Honors in Edwin Walter Meents 

Finance Robert Joseph O'Shaughnessy 

Charles Barry Larson 

IN ACCOUNTANCY AND MANAGEMENT 
John Miller Brown 

IN ACCOUNTANCY AND MARKETING 

Edward Joseph Ptacek, Jr. 



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IN COMMERCE AND LAW 



Frederick Louis Behrends, with 

Honors 
Donald Walter Bornholdt 
James Joseph Durbin 
Norman Darcy Emmerich 
James Samuel Eustice 
Clive Allen Follmer 
Charles Matthew Fuchtman 



Kenneth Jay Glick 
Robert Shedd Juckett 
Robert Lee Kiesler 
John Robert Luedtke 
Russell La Verne Sohn 
Roger Barton Tompkins 
Warren Marshall Wexler 



Nancy Jane Carter 
Dorothy Mielke Grossmann 
Katherine Karakourtis 



IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Norma Harshbarger Krone 
Marjorie Louise Oathout 
June May Weiland 

IN ECONOMICS 



Richard Cardwell Anderson 

Irving Marshall Bernsen 

Robert Stanton Cohen 

Joseph William Corley 

Dan Louis Eilers 

Charles Andrew Erickson 

Edward S. Frank 

James Edward Gillespie 

Charles Nachman Glass, with Honors 

John Hamilton Gray 

Daniel Edward Hahn 

Robert Harry Hayes 

Roy Vincent Larson 

Richard Harold Lee 



Lynn Phillip McNichols 

Robert Wellington Murray 

Gustavo Neira-Jaramillo 

John Frederick Nordstrom 

Bernard Gordon O'Leary 

Russell Stanford Peterson 

Gerald Lawrence Pollack 

Jorge Ruiz-Lara, with High Honors 

Robert James Srch 

Mark Lee Symons 

William Herbert Towle 

Monte Bernard Viner 

David Richard Walker 

James Wesley Wright, Jr. 



IN ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 
Barclay Brantingham 

IN ECONOMICS AND MARKETING 
Norman Jerome Goldman 

IN FINANCE 



David Donald Amren 
Ronald Mack Bushman 
Sheldon Howard Cloobeck 
William Lee De Vore 
Roy J. Funkhouser 



R. Ron Heiligenstein 
James Walter Penn 
Edward Michael Rounds 
Henry Jacob Selig 



IN FINANCE AND MARKETING 



Eugene Thomas Mueller 



IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 



Bruce Eldon Anderson 

Norman Rex Beabout 

Roger Alan Beckett, with Honors 

colman hlrsh borowsky 

Dale Duane Fahlbeck 

George Allen Fox 

Walter Gast 

Clifford Colburn Heverly 



Robert Thomas Kelly 
John Edward Lignell 
Jerold Myers 
Glenn Arthur Robins 
John Anthony Segala 
Stanley Arthur Socol 
quentin leroy strope 
Charles Jay Zimmerman 



John Robert Allen 
Barry Fredrick Blough 
Donald Lee Boruszak 



IN MANAGEMENT 



Henry Saul Brauer 
Roger James Buerger 
Vito Anthony Caleca 



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Louis Sergo Carlotti 
Richard Earle Coffelt 
Richard Allan Colt 
Betty Jean Cook, with Honors 
Donald Elmore Cramer 
Marvin Dale Dunn 
John Joseph Elsen, Jr. 
William Edward Gratian, Jr. 
Samuel Gutierrez 
Thomas Gregory Hamilton 
Frank August Johnson 
Robert Fast Jorgensen 
George Chapin Kaiser, Jr. 
Anton Edward Lachman 



Samuel Irving Marks, Jr. 
William James Morrison 
Gerald Leeson Myers 
James Patrick Nicholson 
Walter Thomas Nicholson 
Donovan Eugene Pearce 
Ralph Sigward Perers 
Ralph Francis Reistroffer 
Charles Edward Rockwood 
Richard George Rowe 
Ruth Sabine, with Honors 
Morris Silverman 
Curtiss Campbell Van Etten 



IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING 



Ronald Lee Benedict 



Richard Thomas Goldin 



IN MARKETING 



Herbert Lee Altman 

Robert Arnold Anderson 

Roger Leonard Anderson 

Charles Robert Babb 

Sheldon Allen Baitman 

Robert Nicholas Bardell 

Bernard M. Baskin 

William Samuel Bauer 

Leonard Neil Block 

William Richard Block 

Allan Rush Bohon 

James Neuhaus Bray 

Merle Gwen Brown 

Donald Timms Carlson 

Frederick Jerry Carter 

Nancy Helen Claypool 

William Edward Cofel 

Melvin Jerome Cole 

John Robert Cusick 

Ivan William Davis, Jr. 

Thomas Edward Dore 

Richard Joseph Dragovan 

William Charles Dunn, Jr. 

Lawrence David Dworzynski 

Ronald Charles Esper 

Jack Robert Fontana 

Floyd Dennis France 

Norman Melvin Goldman 

Martin Eugene Goldstein 

William Frederick Grosser 

Donald Francis Guzolek 

Leiby Shellabarger Hall 

Edward Freidkin Harris 

Dale James Hilton 

Charles Edward Irle 

James Robert Jackson, with Honors 

Franklin Allan Jacobs 

Norman Joseph Jacobs 

David Martin Jennings 

Clarendon Lee Johnson 

Norman Theodore Johnson 

Frank DeSales Keck 

Darrel Wayne Kline 

Thomas Norman Leervig 

Alice Helen Leiman 

Lawrence Sheldon Lerman 



Lloyd Silver Levine 
Arthur Levoff 
Paul Howard Luhrsen 
Charles Dipras Macke 
Robert Cyrus McAfoos 
William Wallace McIlvain 
Ronald Fred Meadows 
Wayne Allan Meinhart 
Irwin Paul Muchman 
John Joseph Murphy, Jr. 
Jerold Stuart Nabonsal 
James Joseph Nagel 
Lester Highum Ness, Jr. 
Bruce Edward Palmer 
Everett Russell Patterson 
Chester Franklin Polley 
Donald Clifton Powell 
James Edward Purcell 
Raymond Hugh Purnell 
Donald Edward Putzier 
Donald James Reis 
Albert Leamon Roland, Jr. 
Theodore Stanley Ross 
John Joseph Rubel 
James Charles Ruzicka 
Morris Bernard Sachs, Jr. 
Sheldon Fair Simborg 
Robert Simon 
James Sidney Smith 
Larry Smith 
James Fredrick Spierling 
James Raymond Stewart, Jr. 
Eli Streicher 
Lisle Junior Switzer 
Richard Elliot Talman 
Jordan Teplitz 
Frank Torres 
Herbert Emil Utz 
Phillip H. Wagner 
Oscar Jacob Wasserman 
Donald Jerome Weaver 
John Thomas Westby 
Norman Lee Wingler 
Jerome Martin Wolf 
Mark Earl Zeal 
Richard Lee Zimmerman 



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IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 



Mary Donnette Butzback, 

Honors 
Barbara Ann Martinec 
Dolores Anita Newburg 



with Ellen Lucile Rhode, with Honors 

Dolores Marie Siegert 
Jane Marie Zebrowski 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 



Candidates presented by Fredrick Seaton Siebert, A.B., J.D. 
Director of the School of Journalism and Communications 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 



Herschel Burton Alperin 

Janet Colleen Barker 

Sylvia Bernstein 

Zoe Anderson Berry 

Robert Blanchard 

Nancy Ann Hilpp Blum 

Nancy Jean Bohn 

Bernard Keith Borson 

Ira Boyar 

William Henry Branom 

Paul William Brown 

Robert Blaine Buchanan 

Patricia Jean Burian, with High 

Honors 
Walter William Dieckamp 
Donna Marie Duerwachter 
Alan Bernard Eirinberg 
Greta May Erickson 
Barry Stuart Fogelson 
William Paul Gruber 
Ronald Gunther 
John Robert Hamilton 
David E. Hartman 
Judith Anne Heien 
William Hoyt Holden, Jr. 
Harold Leon Hooe 
Richard Donn Huffer 
Edward Hinsey Jenison, with Honors 
Janice Lucille Jordan 
Harry Cullen Kariher, Jr. 
Louis Wilbur Keesey 
Ronald Shevra Klein 
Robert Earl Leonhardt 
Ronald Treston Levy 
Richard Uno Lidberg 
June Maita Mansbach 



Dorothy Lee Marchetti 
Jacqueline Ann Mash 
Hoyt Alonzo Mathews 
Joseph Herrick McDivit 
Warren Martin Menaker, with 

Honors 
Bruce Micari 
Mary Lou Miller 
Barbara Weprainsky Mitchell 
Craig Arthur Monson 
William Raymous Moore 
Robert Edward Nichols, Jr. 
Ruth Joyce Norby 
Daniel Myles O'Connell 
David Lee Phillips 
Socrates Christ Photopulos 
Sandra Marguerite Racine 
Martha Ann Roe 
Mary Alice Roser, with Honors 
James Kenneth Rudd 
Charles August Sengstock, Jr. 
Arthur Marvin Shafer 
Sheldon Lloyd Siegel 
James Steve Skufakiss, with Honors 
Shirley Jean Smith 
Alice Joan Solomon, with High 

Honors 
James Joseph Svec 
Annette Teitelbaum 
Herbert Weldon Thompson, Jr. 
Gene Allan Wallace 
Joann Phyllis Weaver 
Herman George Willms 
Renate Bette Windmueller 
Richard Lincoln Wright 
Jack Allison Young 



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THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

Candidates presented by Rexford Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch. 
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 



Paul Duane Bowers, Jr. 
Thomas Brooks Brademas, with 

Honors 
Thomas Everett Brown 
Sam Anthony Cipriano 
Burton Cohen 
Joyce Janice Davis 
William Clinton Day 
Benjamin Crane DeCamp, with 

Highest Honors 
Ronald Lee Dirsmith, with Honors 
Richard Dominic Donatoni 
Edward Henry Finneran 
Robert Neil Goldfeder 
J. Ernest Gonzales 
Gunards Hans, with Highest Honors 
Earl Wallace Henderson, Jr. 
Laurence Stockton Higgins, with 

Highest Honors 



Charles Churchill Ingold 

Frederick Johnson, Jr. 

Eugene Lawrence Kikoen 

Charles Martin Kovacs 

James Walter Liddell 

Richard Teiji Masuyama 

John Crosby McEwen, with Honors 

William Peter Milbratz, with 

Honors 
Richard Einar Nielsen 
Charles Eugene Pye 
Delbert Ray Smith, with Honors 
Harold Robert* Steed 
Don Andrew Turner 
Richard Lee Witt 

Robert Lee Wold, with High Honors 
Pak Cheong Woo 
William Dolph Wuerfel 
Leigh Bryant Zarse 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Joseph Miller Bartz, with Highest 

Honors 
David Chan-Wai Chow 
William Donald Hannen 
Daniel Martin Herbert, with 

Highest Honors 



Clayton Merrill, Jr. 
Kenneth Lewis Messerly 
Vytautas Petrauskas 
George William Riley, Jr. 
John Gus Sofedes 



Archie Leonard Backlin 
James R. Keys 
Bernard Edward Krejcik 
Vytautas Kriksciunas 



IN ARCHITECTURE 



Royce Walton Masterson 
Thomas Michael Mosiej 
Carl Rauchenberger, Jr. 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Terry Teruo Akagi 

Shirley Jean Austin 

Herbert Walter Bielawa, with 

Honors 
David Oliver Brown, with Honors 
Jacquelyn Day Brown 
Carl Richard Carter 
James Warren Finley 
Herbert Nathaniel Gibson 
Delores Jean Gillan, with Honors 
Florence Goy 
John Fred Greenwood 



Georgia Alberta Hall, with High 

Honors 
John Walter Helper, with Honors 
Enola Jean Knight 
Robert Peter Koper, with High 

Honors 
Florence Marian Kraabel, with 

Highest Honors 
Diana F. Mintzer 
Phyllis Ann Murphy, with Highest 

Honors 
Constance Jean Ogan, with Honors 



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Charles David Pierce, with Honors 
Eugene Leon Priest, with High 

Honors 
Janice Irene Selle 
George David Townsend, with Honors 



Doris Joyce Valenta, with Honors 
Robert Valere Verhaeghe 
Wilma Myers Whited 
John Milton Young 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 



IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 



Alan Marvin Aarons 
Carl Urban Bauer 
Joan Louise Canada 
Dona Emerald Carlson 
Patricia Clare Dietemann, with 

Honors 
Anzolette Ruth Eipper 
June Rose Grafno 



Fredrick Wade Harris, with Honors 
Jacquelyn Sue Jones, with Highest 

Honors 
Arnold H. Rosenthal 
Raymond Larry Slanker, with 

Highest Honors 
Angelo Anthony Tantalo 
Jane Ann Whitmore 



IN ART EDUCATION 



Fern Lorraine Brase 

Neal Duncan, Jr. 

Janet Gronberg, with Highest Honors 

Nicholas John Guardalabene 

Laura Miller Hart 

Helen Arlene Immonen, with Honors 

Bernette Carol Johnson, with Honors 

Carol Hodges Kissel, with High Honors 



Patricia Anne McGee, with High 

Honors 
Enid Maxine Pontious 
Patricia Vallero, with High Honors 
Constance Elizabeth Wildman 
Elizabeth Ann Zacharias 
Lois Jane Zahrobsky 



Margaret Ann Allsworth 
Barbara Carolyn Hempstead, with 
Honors 



IN THE HISTORY OF ART 

Donald John Vlack 



IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 



Lawrence Michael Fuelleman 
Charles Mason Huck 



George Kazutomi Oka 

Jerry Edwin Wright, with Honors 



IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

Robert Eugene Giltner, with Honors 
Edith Catherine Greaves 
John Robert Luensman 

IN PAINTING 



Robert Dale Miller 

Robert Michael Romanowski 



with 



Marilyn Marks Fleming 

Highest Honors 
Reginald James Aidan Jones 



Carmen Lea Mowry, with Honors 
Agnes Bradley Taugner, with 
Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



William Joseph Burnett 
Carthur Paul Criss, with Honors 
Myron Samuel Fink, with Highest 

Honors 
John Bradford Haney, with Honors 
Lawrence Raymond Jess 
Jack Harris McKenzie, with Honors 
Constance Jean Ogan, with Honors 
Nancy Carol Popel, with High 

Honors 



Lois Ritchie Post, with High Honors 
Joseph Murray Rezits 
Robert Allan Robinette, with Honors 
Patricia Louise Seymour 
Wayne Ralph Simpson, with Honors 
Bonnie Trankle Van Fossan, with 
Highest Honors 

ROSALYN FAYE WYKES 



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THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by Seward Charle Staley, Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Director of the School of Physical Education 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Harold Raymond Clark 



IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Dolores Ann Kotsiakos, with 
Highest Honors 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Frank Lee Bare 
Paul David Bauer 
Herbert Roy Borman 
James Allen Bredar 
Thomas Todd Briggs 
Patricia Newkirk Brown 
Beverly Jane Bryngelson 
Eldon Main Burger 
William Hiley Davis 
Dorothy Marie Drakeford «/ 
Elry George Falkenstein 
Hunter John Gilbertson 
Robert Goldberg, with Honors 
Doris Elaine Henderson j 
John Cleveland Hester 
Max Lee Hooper 
Jean Florisse Huber 
Patsy Lou Hutson 
Frank Robert Krasnowski 
Jean Louise Lamb, with Honors 
Lillian Violet Mackey 
Samuel Martino 
Yukio Matsumoto 



Robert Louis Matteo 

Richard Eugene McCarthy 

Kenneth Rue Miller 

Sidney Gray Miller 

Ralph Waldo Peterson 

Tom LeRoy Poklen 

Nancy Ann Pool 

Vera Rimnac " 

Suzanne Roe i 

Barbara Ann Sandquist 

Martin George Seidler 

Leslie George Shadel, Jr. 

Norman Dean Steingraber 

Olive Mutya Cozette Johnson Tirol 

Robert Wilcox Trevarthen 

Suzanne Lee Turner 

Joan Clara Tyler 

Ronald Russell Ultes 

Barbara Victor 

Stanley Howard Wallace 

Frank Stanley Wodziak 

Robert Stanley Youngberg 



IN RECREATION 



Barbara Louise Calisch, with High 

Honors 
Charles Stuart Conover 
Virginia Ruth Foertsch 



Earl William Kallhauge 
Richard Eleftherios Lambakis 
Doris Jean Simonson 



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THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



Candidates presented by Frank Bridgewater, M.S. 
Acting Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Jack O'Hair Asher 

Edwin Ridgley Campbell 

David Conrad Foreman 

Richard Hite Gilbert 

John Francis Guy 

George William Hardbeck 

James Temple Hashbarger 

Jerome Elmer Heil 

Walter Harrison Henson, with 

Honors 
Donald Louis Irvin 
Emmett Henry Jurgens, Jr. 
Virgil Vern Lane 
James Phillip Loss 



Vincent Joseph Lyons 

James Oscar Macy 

Robert Baird Martin, with Honors 

Louis Edward Mohr 

Lawrence Anthony Nudo 

Charles Milton Redmond, Jr. 

Norman Lee Rohlfing 

David Clare Rouse 

Jerome Jefferson Schapiro 

Alan Sanford Shedroff 

Harry Thomas Tsokos 

Robert Dale Van Blaricum 

Lyle Herbert Whitledge 

Ronald Leonard Wolf 



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THE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Candidates presented by Robert Graham, B.S., D.V.M. 
Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Warren Nelson Anderson 

Richard Julian Brown 

Irvin Clark Bunn 

Vincent Wesley Chaffee 

Robert Colliver Dodson 

Gilbert Carl Fischer 

Albert Owen Griffiths 

Howard Philip Hobson 

William Ernest Hopkins 

Gordon John Iverson, with Honors 

Robert Gene Kern 

Marlin Dallas Kleckner, with High 

Honors 
Paul George Leondis, with Honors 
Charles Edward Lewis 
Thomas Allen Maudlin 



David Alexander McConnell, with 

Honors 
Robert Chandler Morris 
Merrill William George Ottwein, 

with Honors 
Mike Pellock 
Howard Peter Peterson 
Paul Stanley Quinn, with Honors 
John Paul Rosborough 
Charles Robert Rossi 
Wayne Roy Sanderson 
Gregg William Taylor 
Marjorie Jane Thompson 
Arthur Robert Twardock 
David Robert Warren 
Ronald Gene West 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Harold Herman Bahe 
Arthur Allyn Bottorff 
Elwin Ernest Branz 
Denzil Ellis Dees 
John Cortlan Elder 
Walter Leo Fehrenbacher 
Thomas Mason Folkerts 
Allan Lee Graham, with Honors 
Thomas Joseph Gunhouse 
Ralph Franklin Hall, Jr. 
Harold John Heffernan 
Frederick Black Hembrough 
Glenn Gustave Hintermeister 
Robert Clyde Huff 
John David Lykins 
Harold Clarence McCutchan, with 
High Honors 



Ralph David McQueen 
John Wendell Merrick 
James Herman Nadler 
Walter Nehrkorn 
Louis Franklin Ohlendorf 
Jesse Payne, Jr. 
William Prusaczyk 
Jewell Dean Schlapp 
William Levi Searls 
Edward Marion Shinn 
Stanley Ross Spesard 
Donald Ralph Strombeck 
Raol J. Taft 
Edwin Kell Wilkin 
James Gerald Zabin 
Walter Edward Zuschlag 



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Degrees Conferred August 17 ', 1953 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

Barnie Ephram Abelle, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Barkat Ali Azhar, B.S., Agricultural College (Pakistan), 1948; M.S., 1952 

Takashi Ishii, A.M., Keio University, 1949 

Monroe Oscar Newman, A.B., Antioch College, 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Mary Ellen Alderson, A.B., University of Florida, 1949 

Lubertha Ellois Anderson, A.B., Southern University, 1947 

Kenneth Marvin Breden, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1949 

Albert Thomas Craig, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

Joyce Marvin Douglass, A.B., Greenville College, 1949 

Donald G. Goslin, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1949 

Barbara Lois Lanman, A.B., 1949 

Abdollah Mahzoon, A.B. (Educ), A.B. (English), University of Tehran, 1951 

Gwendolyn Amacker McSween, A.B., Southern University, 1946 

Bernice Lucille Palmer, A.B., West Virginia State College, 1939 

Martin Wood Reinheimer, B.S., University of Missouri, 1933 

Leland Henry Schnake, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1948 

Alan Lawrence Soffin, A.B., 1952 

Ina Mae McEwen Varnado, A.B., Jackson College, 1939 

IN ENGLISH 

Robert Eugene Hoover, B.S., 1952 

Charles Edward Krauz, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1952 

WlLHELMINA IONA PERKINS, B.S., I942 

Lloyd Morton Scott, A.B., 1952 

IN FRENCH 

Edward Ernest Charest, A.B., St. Ambrose College, 1947 
Marjorie Lillian Gustafson, A.B., Knox College, 1942 
Janice Ruth Ridges, A.B., Whittier College, 1948 
Marion F. Yarber, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

IN HISTORY 

Glenn Leroy Branson, A.B., Millikin University, 1948 

Albert Prince Marshall, A.B., Lincoln University, 1938; B.S.(L.S.), 1939 

Chester Ralph Palmer, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1949 

Robert McLaran Sawyer, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1952 

Maureen Dolores Watson, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1952 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

William Clifford Ames, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1951 
Selig Myron Danzig, A.B., College of the City of New York, 1952 
Reed Stanley Hall, B.S., Brigham Young University, 1951 
Roy Richardson, A.B., Macalester College, 1952 
C. Edward Weber, A.B., 1952 

IN LATIN 

Frank Raymond Milliken, A.B., Miami University, 1950 



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IN MATHEMATICS 

Robert Edward Blasch, A.B., Hofstra College, 1952 
Ralph Charles Chernoff, A.B., 1952 
Thomas Neill, Jr., A.B., University of Rochester, 1952 
Eugene Douglas Nichols, B.S., University of Chicago, 1949 

IN PHILOSOPHY 
Theodore Vincent Conterio, A.B., 1952 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Rondal Gene Downing, A.B., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1952 
Hollis LeVere Hegg, A.B., Augustana College, 1952 
George Bie Liu, A.B., Fresno State College, 1950 
George Charles Marianes, B.S., Indiana University, 195 1 
Hans Juergen Stieringer, University of Gottingen 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Claire Lou Johnson, A.B., Beloit College, 1952 
John Cecil Wright, A.B., DePauw University, 1950 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Virginia Palmer Davis, A.B., Smith College, 1950; M.S., 1951 

Warren Guldahl Eames, A.B., Southern University, 1947 

Robert Lee Lockhart, A.B., 195 1 

Emery Eugene Palsgrove, A.B., Manchester College, 1948 

Sanford Silverstein, A.B., 1952 

Laurene Alice Wallace, B.S., Florida State University, 1952 

IN SPANISH 

Vera-Lee Alderson, A.B., 1952 

Emelda Emmeline Littleton, A.B., 1952 

IN SPEECH 

Rosaline Theresa Biason, B.S., 1951 

Donald Edward Dickson, B.S., Bowling Green State University, 1950 
Samuel William Eppel, A.B., University of Maryland, 1952 
Marjorie Thompson, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1952 
Robert Lee Wilhoit, A.B., B.Mus., Drury College, 1950, 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Joyce Holstein Emmons, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 
Edith May Groom, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1925 
Lillie Myrtle Thompson, B.S., Wiiber force University, 1946 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

George Alfred Orr, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Joseph William Bachman, B.S., University of Colorado, 1948 
Robert Edwin Heywood, A.B., Earlham College, 1945 
Phillip Ray McDermitt, B.S., 1951 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Bernard Benjamin, B.S., 1951 

Edward Joseph Brisick, B.S., 1948 

Lowell Benjamin Eldrenkamp, B.S., 1952 

Hassan Ahmad Hassan, B.S., University of London, 1952 



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IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 



Robert Charles Baurer, B.S., 1049 
Maurice Edwin Johnson, B.S., 1952 

IN AGRONOMY 

Charles Wayne Hoelscher, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1952 
Major Elmo McCoy, B.S., Tuskegee Institute, 1939 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Denzil Ellis Dees, B.S.(Agr.), B.S.(Vet.Med.), 1938, 1952 
Paul Griminger, B.S., 1952 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

James Ray Stouffer, B.S., 1951 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 
Roy Dale Murphy, B.S. (D.S.S.W.V.), B.S.(Arch. Eng.), 1951, 1952 

IN ARCHITECTURE 
Pauline Jeannette Treder, B.S., 195 1 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Charles Krumbach Russell, B.S., 1951 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Charles Parker Ross, B.S., Purdue University, 1952 

William Raymond Schovvalter, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1951 

William Ernest West, Jr., B.S., Iowa State College, 1948 

IN CHEMISTRY 

LeRoy Leo Bertsch, B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1952 
Robert Louis Rau, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1952 
Malcolm Joseph Rogers, Jr., B.S., Fordham University, 1951 
Katherine Louise Junnila Sholtz, B.S., 1952 
Sister Marie Paula Myshak, A.B., Rosary College, 1946 
Edward Donald Sutoris, B.S., 1952 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Roland Henry Carlson, B.S., Michigan State College, 1951 

Donovan Edward Lee, B.S., University of Oregon, 1952 

Ralph Boyd Matthiesen, B.S., A.B., University of Washington, 1951 

Raymond Perry Miller, B.S., Kansas State College, 1952 

Donavon Dale Nickel, B.S., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1952 

Ramanath M. Punja, B.E., University of Madras, 1951 

Ram Kishen Shamapant Rao, B.S., Nizam College, 1947; B.E., Osmania Univer- 
sity, 1950 

George Ernest Swannack, Jr., B.S., State College of Washington, 1936 

Mohammed Abdul Wahed, B.S., Nizam College, 1947; B.E., Osmania University, 
1950 

Robert Alfred Williams, B.S., 1949 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Martha JoAnn Meinecke, B.S., 1952 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Morton Sylvan Cole, B.S., 1951 

Nicholas Takateru Nakabayashi, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1949 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

Richard Houston Andrews, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1951 

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IN ECONOMICS 
Ed Franklin Crim, Jr., B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1943 

IN EDUCATION 

Arthur Loren Aikman, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Marolyn Genevieve Banner, B.S., 1948 
Paul William Blakeman, B.S., Purdue University, 1948 
Russell LeRoy Bolin, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1947 
Hubert Emery Brown, B.S., 1941 

Samuel Anthony Chicas, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1943 
Raymond Burtis Clark, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Gabriel Mario Della Piana, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1950 
Lella Mae End res, B.S., 1930 

Guy Harold Felty, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1934; A.M., 1938 
Gust Ferri, Jr., B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 
Joseph Emery Foster, B.S., 1950 

Guy Walter Gardner, B.S., Murray State College, 1947 
James W. Grantham, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1932 
Vernon William Greening, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Margaret Rosan Horan, B.S., 1939 
Charles Melvin Hull, A.B., Illinois College, 1940 
Elizabeth Evans Jurjevich, A.B., 1947 

Ethel Lillian Miller, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Bernice Marie Montgomery, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Charles G. Paoli, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948; Ed.M., Pennsyl- 
vania State College, 1949 
Norma Elizabeth Dotson Payne, B.S., Northwestern University, 1947 
John Mark Perrin, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1949 
Gerald Max Pielemeier, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1940 
Andrew Montgomery Plunkett, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1949 
Naoma June Kauzlarich Richerson, B.S., 1948 
William Morris Rook, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1943 
Ruth May Schneider, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1945 
Manford Lewis Sievers, B.S., Southeast Missouri State College, 1948 
Sister Monica Finnegan, A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1947 
Dean Osborn Tillman, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
William Oakenwald Webb, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1049; 

A.M., 1950 
Euline Dallas Wilson, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1945 
Gifford Sharp Zimmerman, B.S., 1940 
Mary Chaney Zimmerman, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1939 

IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Henry Charles Arond, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1951 

George Brabner, Jr., A.B., Yale University, 1948 

Rita Teresa Graycheck, A.B., University of Ottawa, 1940; B.Ed., University of 

Manitoba, 1947 
Alice Hastings Van Bebber, B.S., 1952 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Walter Pareli Bratsberg, B.S., State University of Iowa, 1952 

Ghaffar Farman-Farmaian, Diploma, Loughborough College, 195 1 

John Edward Hinde, B.S., 1952 

Richard Janer, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1949 

Kanaan Kano, B.E.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1952 

Teodoro Ramos Lising, Jr., B.S.(M.E.), B.S.(E.E.), University of the Philippines, 

1950, 1 95 1 
Robert Couth Mathis, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 
Howard Kenneth Schoenwetter, A.B., University of Iowa, 1946 ; M.S., Georgia 

School of Technology, 1950 
Krishan Lal Sethi, Diploma, Delhi Polytechnic, 1952 
William Coulbourn Smith, B.S.(Eng.Phys.), B.S.(E.E.), 1951, 1952 



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Robert Douglas Strock, B.S., The Citadel, 1947 
Richard Lee Sydnor, B.S., 1952 

Lee Roy Wells, Jr., B.S., Mississippi State College, 1952 
John Frederick Williams, B.S., University of Arizona, 1950 
Leo Williams, Jr., B.S., 1950 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Lloyd Allen Witting, B.S., 1952 

IN GEOLOGY 

Byrd Louis Berman, A.B., Augustana College, 195 1 

Charles Richard Dellenback, B.S., 1952 

Peter Joseph Farrelly, B.S., 1952 

Mary Ann Strouse Fox, A.B., College of Wooster, 1952 

Robert Eugene Fox, B.S., Marshall College, 1952 

Eugene Frund, A.B., Marietta College, 1951 

Stuart Grossman, A.B., 1952 

Elpidio de la Cruz Vera, B.S., University of the Philippines, 1929 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Nathan Charles Hanson, B.S., Springfield College, 1952 
Raymond Marshall Taylor, B.S., 1952 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 
Sue Ellen Niemeyer, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Catherine Ann Carter, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Grayce Stroud Doane, B.S., Bradley University, 1951 
Hilda Garms Geuther, B.S., 1930 
Elizabeth Louise Kapraun, B.S., 1952 
Ruth Hammon Shepard, B.S., 1928 

IN JOURNALISM 
Vivian B. Montgomery, B.S., 1939 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Ethel Louise Auberry, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1945 

Bertha Barker, A.B., Butler University, 1934; A.M., 1941 

Joy Richard Blanchard, A.B., George Washington University, 1935; A.B.(L.S.), 
University of Oklahoma, 1938 

Inza Vance Boner, A.B., Washington University, 1935 

Nancy Louise Brannan, A.B., Western Michigan College of Education, 1952 

Betty Jo Buckingham, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1948 

Thelma Marion Campbell, A.B., A.M., 1924, 1933 

Lessie Louise Graves, A.B., West Virginia State College, 1930; B.S.(L.S.), 1934 

Patricia Jean Hammer, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1949 

Sybil Ann Hanna, A.B., Ripon College, 1943 

Anna Mae Hart, B.S., 1952 * 

Hazel Shew Hayes, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1952 

Edith Florene Heinle, A.B., 1924 

Leota Mae Janes, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1941 

Jacqueline Wilma Johnson, A.B., Stanford University, 1952 

Bertha May Basler Linton, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1942 

Phyllis Elsie Maggeroli, A.B., Aurora College, 1948 

Eugen Hartmuth Mueller, A.B., University of Kansas, 1929; A.M., Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, 1931, 1937 

Ethel May Oldendorph, A.B., 1945 

Mary Anne Oliver, A.B., Oklahoma Baptist University, 1947 

Beverly Jean Peterson, A.B., Morningside College, 1950 

Margaret Mildred Ritchie, A.B., Carleton College, 1925; B.S.(L.S.), 1929 

Richard William Schwarz, A.B., Emmanuel Missionary College, 1949 



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Sister Mary Marcia Feckter, A.B., Fontbonne College, 1942 
Sister Mary Claude Flanner, A.B., Rosary College, 1939 
Emilie Varden Smith, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1946 
Nelson Paul Springer, A.B., Goshen College, 1941 
Dorothy Joan Titley, A.B., Maryville College, 1952 
Betty Jane Wade, A.B., West Virginia University, 1943 
Virginia Mercedes Weed, B.Mus., Northwestern University, 1951 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Borje Osvald Saxberg, B.Econ., Swedish University College of Commerce, 1950; 
B.S., Oregon State College, 1952 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Bessie Etta Cobb, B.S., Antioch College, 1952 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

James Paul Albritton, B.M.E., University of Florida, 1952 

Ralph Robert Herrick, B.S., 1952 

Richard John Sharp, B.M.E., University of Detroit, 1952 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Elvin Eugene Beatty, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 

James Howard Benner, A.B., University of New Mexico, 1951 

Curtis Keith Brady, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1952 

Janice Angell Clark, B.S., 1949 

Robert Buvinger Dixon, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1948 

Philip Leslie Garinger, Jr., B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1949 

Ruth Allora Graber, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1949 

Gloria Dolores Homer, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

Clyde Henry Howard, B.S., University of Oregon, 1947 

Rose Marie Kinnear, A.B., Franklin College, 1944 

Herbert James Lee, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

Donovan Leonard Olson, B.S., 1952 

Victor Gordon Self, B.P.S.M., Indiana University, 1946 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

William Emmett Balch, Jr., B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

Jerry Reed Ball, B.S., Ball State Teachers College, 1952 

Alan James Barry, A.B., University of Sydney, 1951 

LaRena Bellem, B.S., Idaho State College, 1952 

Kent Alden Buikema, A.B., Augustana College, 1952 

Leonard William Burt, B.S., 1951 

Richard Albert Costello, B.S., University of Alabama, 1952 

John Thomas Gibbons, B.S., State Teachers College (Cortland, N.Y.), 1950 

Joseph William Gibson, B.P.H.E., University of Toronto, 1947 

Ronald Lee Heberer, B.S., 1952 

Donald Francis Joda, B.S., 1948 

James Francis Johnson, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 

Frank Lee Joranko, A.B., Albion College, 1952 

Walter Paul Kroll, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1952 

Loy Junior Lovitt, B.S., Carthage College, 1949 

Paul Walter Mandli, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1952 

George W. Mason, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Eugene Wayne McNally, B.S., 1952 

Jozef Ruys, B.S., Academy of Physical Education (Holland), 1948 

Don Ray Sheffer, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1946 

William Robert Vernon, B.S., 1948 

IN PHYSICS 

Marvin Cleveland Atkins, B.S., Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, 

1952 
Jerrold Franklin, B.E.E., The Cooper Union, 1952 
David Merrill Link, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1952 

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IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Edward Maibenco, B.S., 1952 

Sabath Fred Marotta, B.S., Loyola University, 1951 

Evelyn Maxine McArthur, B.S., Colorado State College, 1945 

Robby Mohr Robinson, A.B., University of Louisville, 1949 

Ellen Celia Roter, B.S., University of Arizona, 1949 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 
Angelos Vasilios Adam, B.S., Ohio University, 1952 

IN RECREATION 

Donald Vincent Joyce, B.S., State Teachers College (Cortland, N.Y.), I95 2 
Edward Bernard Martin, Jr., B.S., College of William and Mary, 1951 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Ruth Marcus Hersko, B.S., 1952 
Claudia Ann Polo, B.S., 1951 
Eleanor Louise Swanson, B.S., 1947 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Howard Leroy Gielow, B.S., 1951 

Henry William Radloff, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1952 

Cannutte Newton Russell, A.B., Millikin University, 1952 

Barbara Ann Schleichert, B.S., 1952 

Laurence John Tilly, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1952 

Lee James Walewander, B.S., 195 1 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 
John Conant Martin, A.B., Baylor University, 1947 

IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 
Mary Ellen Ryan, A.B., University of Chicago, 1936 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Orville George Allen, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 
Eldora Wilson Alexander Amos, B.S., A.B., LeMoyne College, 1934, 1938 
Paul Brenton Montgomery, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Marshall Ellwood Provines, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1942 
Juanita Raynor Turner, B.S., LeMoyne College, 1936 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Charles Earl White, B.S., 1947 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Charles Burleigh Graves, A.B., Kansas State Teachers College, 1951 
Helen Alison Marshall, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1940 
Rachel Isabel Clymore Read, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Carroll Edwards Green, B.Mus., Bradley University, 1951 

Robert Fred Lauglin, B.Mus., Oklahoma City University, 1949 

Maurice Eugene Monhardt, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1952 

Leonard Kenneth Samuels, B.Mus., 1952 

William Russell Scutt, B.Mus., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, 1950 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Jessie Ray Abell, B.S., Drake University, 1950 

Clarice May Baldwin, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947 

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John Stephen Barger, B.S., University of Missouri, 1950 

Dale Langley Barthel, Jr., B.S., 1946 

Houston Aaron Bassett, A.B., Wiley College, 1939 

Lee Warner Beam, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 

Phillip Lee Beck, B.S., Lincoln University, 1940 

Duangduen Bisalputra, A.B., A.M., Chulalongkorn University, 1949, 1952 

Hearl Chester Bishop, B.S., 1950 

Frances Jacqueline Matthews Blockley, B.E., National College of Education, 

I95i 
Frances Marie Bolton, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1950 
Catheryn Bowen, A.B., 1948 
Monroe Brasley, B.S., 1951 

Herman Frank Brause, A.B., University of Rochester, 1952 
Philip E. J. Brooks, B.S., Nebraska State Teachers College, 1950 
Alfred Joseph Budde, B.S., Millikin University, 1947 
Mary Virginia Casey, Ph.B., Webster College, 1939 
Raymond Edward Christian, B.S., 1951 
Blanche Loretto Colgan, B.S., Bradley University, 1927 
Margaret Naomi Cooke, B.S., Lincoln University, 1946 
Anna Beatrice Cooley, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1940 
Gertrude Robinson Cordell, B.S., 1950 
Frank Crawford, B.S., 1949 

Mary Ellen Cunningham, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 
Marjorie Lois Daniels, A.B., Lombard College, 1929 
Carl Emil Theodore Danielson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1940 
Charles Gentry Davis, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1948 
Willard Charles Duey, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1936 
Chavi-Varn Dulyachinda, Dipl. in Educ, Chulalongkorn University, 1936 
George Robert Edwards, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Viola Marie Edwards, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1951 
Erling Oliver Ellingson, B.S., 1952 

Arthur Henry Endorf, B.S., Concordia Teachers College, 1945 
Eleanora Ann Feldmann, A.B., Shurtleff College, 195 1 
Howard W. Fletcher, B.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1941 
William Gerler, B.S., 1952 

Charles William Gessner, A.B., Earlham College, 1950 
Mary Elizabeth Ritz Given, A.B., Indiana University, 1927 
Viella Ferne Glidden, B.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1939 
Emma Marie Grabowski, B.S., 1949 
Lucille Wilhelmina Grabowski, B.S., 1949 
Patsy Mark Guido, B.S., West Virginia University, 1949 
John Bernard Halpin, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Glenn Maurice Hardin, B.S., 1950 
Shirley Christine Meyer Harris, B.S., 195 1 

Gladys Mildred Hedstrom, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1926 
James Arnold Hefter, B.S., 1952 

Willard Irwyn Helme, B.S., Millikin University, 1949 
Carl David Hermsmeier, A.B., Augustana College, 1950 

Alfred B. Herstrum, B.Ed., State Teachers College (River Falls, Wis.), 1935 
Oscar L. Hicks, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Loren Vincent Higus, B.S., State Teachers College (St. Cloud, Minn.), 1948 
Merle Romayne Hilgendorf, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1950 
William Howard Hills, B.S., Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1949 
Frank Edward Hinton, B.S., 1949 
Loyalle Wade Hinton, B.S., 1930 

Clyde Lester Hofflund, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1942 
William Dale Hovey, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1951 
Lucinda Luella Huck, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1927 
Neal Edward Hudson, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Pearl Bernadine Hudson, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 
Eddie Mae Jackson, A.B., Tougaloo College, 1943 
Elmer Joseph Jamnik, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Eileen Anderson Jansky, A.B., Augustana College, 1950 
Maggie Prince Jenkins, B.S., 1951 

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Gerald Hubert Jones, B.S., 1948 

Clement Leonard Kaczorowski, B.S., 1950 

Helen Landis Kelley, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College (Pittsburg), 1935 

Dolores Kelly, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1950 

Quintella Lorraine King, A.B., 1949 

Louis Joseph Kishkunas, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

John Woodhouse Kleinsteiber, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1948 

Mary Tate Krause, B.S., 1950 

Chiye Kurose, B.S., 1952 

Max Hubert Kuster, B.S., 1940 

Kenneth Elbert Lackey, B.S., Washington University, 1951 

John Joseph Laska, B.A.E., Art Institute of Chicago, 1950 

Denver John Leturno, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

Florence Juanita Lewis, A.B., 1950 

Beverly Jeanne Logan, A.B., Carleton College, 1949 

Betty Jane Lucito, B.S., 1951 

Edgar Walter Ludwig, B.S., 1950 

Stanley Gotfried Magnuson, B.S., 1949 

Jean Gregg Main, A.B., 1923 

Mario Marchisio, B.S., 1951 

Theodore Roosevelt Maxwell, B.S., Georgia State College, 1941 

Lester Lemuel Mayes, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1949 

Charles Robert McCurdy, B.Mus., DePauw University, 1950 

Mabel McIntire, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1944 

Mary Garnett Messner, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 

Clara Eloise Metcalf, A.B., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Elenore Rose Moberley, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Rosemary Morgan, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1948 

Mary Elizabeth Myers, B.S., 1942 

Wayne Elden Newlin, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 

Carol Rita Newton, A.B., Smith College, 1949 

Wanda Mildred Bennett Nolen, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 

William York Nolen, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 

Doris Helen Pierson Palmer, A.B., Monmouth College, 1944 

Gladys Millie Pape, A.B., Shurtleff College, 195 1 

Dorothy Jean Cornwell Parker, A.B., Millikin University, 1950 

Mardell Morris Parker, A.B., Augustana College, 1952 

Helen Elizabeth Pearce, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 

Warren Ancil Peters, A.B., McKendree College, 1951 

Adeline Viola Peterson, B.S., Wisconsin State College, 1945 

Arthur Monroe Phillips, B.S., 1949 

Robert Joseph Phillips, A.B., Eureka College, 1950 

William Edward Pictor, B.S., 1947 

Lewis Earl Powell, B.S., Ball State Teachers College, 1950 

Homer Lewis Price, B.S., 1939 

Wayne Charles Jerome Raeske, B.Ed., 1950 

Paul Franklin Rainey, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 

John William Rantala, B.S., Stout Institute, 1951 

Bertha Mary Black Rhoda, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1926 

Russell Eugene Robbins, A.B., Indiana Central College, 1949 

James Leroy Rooker, B.S., 1950 

Sheldon Rosen, B.S., 1950 

George Edwin Ross, A.B., 1952 

Dorothy Isabelle Rursch, A.B., Augustana College, 1941 

Jack Newcomb Rutherford, B.S., Concord College, 1946 

Edith A. Ruyle, A.B., Pennsylvania College, 1940 

Ellen Marion Salomon, A.B., 1952 

John Morgan Schettler, B.S., 1949 

Ruth Emily Schiber, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

Alice Lou Virgin Schnake, A.B., 1948 

Carlotta Louise Schuetze, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 

Eileen Pauline Schutte, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947 

Richard Clinton Seelman, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 

Chester Lorraine Seibert, B.S., 1939 

Louise Sonnemann Sinderson, B.S., 1931 

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James William Smith, B.S., 1950 

Owen LaVerle Springer, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1949 

Welton Harry Stedt, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Paul Edward Stellema, A.B., Wheaton College, 1950 

Geraldine Stewart, B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1942 

Max Stevenson Tessier, B.S., 1948 

Louis Thomas, Jr., A.B., 1950 

Glen Lewis Thompson, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

William Devera Todd, B.S., Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College, 1950 

Clark Sherwin Tossy, B.S., 1952 

Lois Gretchen Pfab Tossy, B.S., 1952 

Marion Oliver Tucker, B.S., Central Missouri State College, 1949 

Vivian Louise Turner, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1950 

Robert William Ullom, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932; A.M., 1937 

Lelle Baker Unzicker, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1934 

George Albert Wallen, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1949 

Belle Warren, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

Hortense Catherine Watkins, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1946 

Doris Irene Hays Wenthe, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

James Paul Wheatley, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1949 

Robert Bernard White, B.S., 1947 

Catherine Estella Wiegman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 

Josephine Esther Wiegman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 

Harvey Wiener, A.B., George Washington University, 1951 

Jason O. Williams, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1945 

Maurice William Wilson, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1948 

Maxine Ferne Wood, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

Donald Lynn Woodard, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Glen Alice Young, B.S., Millikin University, 1949 

Victor Zavarella, B.S., 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Cary Irwin Knoop, A.B., Millikin University, 1950 

Phillip Mack Settle, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

IN PAINTING 

Milton Julian Cohen, B.F.A., Washington University, 1947 
Raymond Perlman, B.F.A., 1948 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Robert Burl Frazier, Jr., B.Mus., M.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1947, 

1948; Ed.M., 1952 
Emmert Alfred Gassman, A.B., Carthage College, 1927; A.M., 1929 
Carol Troy Harker, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947; A.M., 1949 
Joseph Cheryl Jurevich, Jr., B.S., A.M., 1948, 1949 
Dorothy Smith Keeler, A.B., New Jersey State Teachers College, 1943; A.M., 

New York University, 1944 
William Earl La Croix, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1946; 

A.M., 1950 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Elizabeth Marie Bond, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 

Joseph Barkley, with Honors James Thomas Lipe, with High 
James Warren Bliler Honors 

Charles Edwin Daubs James Folgert Lucasey 

Leroy John Drechsel Robert Theodore Roeder 

Robert Wayne Hansen Robert Anthony Scherer 

Gideon Alfred Jacot Charles Richard Stoll 

Stephen Richard Kingry, with Jack Mason Swanson 

Honors Robert Eugene Welch 



Pierre Andre Petit 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Louise Marie Ericsson Eunice Elizabeth Johnson 

Herbert Friedman Yvonne Nanette Perkins 

Charmaine Josephine Husack, with Grace Marie Piorkowski 

Honors Mary Justyne Tappero 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Faith Marilyn Mitrovich 



THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 
Maido Saarlas 

IN AGRICULTURAL engineering 

William Edward Rohaly Sergej Alexander Sokolov 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Ralph Harvey Bigger Robert Wesley Olbrich 

John Herbert Carlson Robert Dean Owen 

John Oscar Kapusnik William Courtney Schnobrich, with 

Jack Donald Kennedy High Honors 

Kenneth Gene Kossieck Olav Kristian Theodorsen 

Oscar Guzman Lara Elijah Maurice Webb, with Honors 

Philip Thomas Nelsen Arthur Verner Woodward 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Jaysingbhai Revabbai Chaudhari Frank Edward Heinrich 

Eddie Kai Fuen Chin Herbert Harold Hornischer 

Kenneth Bernard Cooney Robert Warren Jackman 

James Lawrence Dailing Robert Harold Johnson 

Louis Feldner Robert Earl Schenke 

Hector Fabio Gallo R. William Drake Stahl 

Alfonso Galvis-Gaitan Fernando Restrepo Suarez 

IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 

Donald Griswold Worden 



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IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



John Richard Gross 
Richard Joseph Hofmeister 
Morris Armstrong Jones, Jr. 
Donald Charles Kaiser 
John Francis Loos 
Lorenz Kenney Makoutz 



Kenneth Ralph Nerius 

Harlan Wesley Peithman, Jr., with 

Honors 
James Warren Voth 
Edward Frank Wolff, Jr. 
Frank Joseph Zimmerman 



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Yadelle Toby Alpern, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
David Michael Barton 
Joseph Johannes Brankey 
Charlotte Charlene Bryce 
Merle Francis Crossland 
Richard Joseph Cunningham 
Richard Francis Dashner 
Cynthia Ann Denbo 
John Wesley Downs, Jr. 
Terry Dye 
Eleda Esther Fenn 
Alicia Garcia-Colin 
Mary Jane Gholson 
Meyer Gorbatkin 
Alice Eugenia Greene 
Margaret Hammond 
Edna Frances Hartmann Hanna 
Anthony Roosevelt Hatherley 
Vladimir Joseph Havrlant 
Milton George Jennings 
Gilbert Roland Johns 
George Matthew Keranen, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
La Verne Marie Lanciloti 



James Eugene Norman 

Yasuko Ono 

Robert Arthur Oswald, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
Aurelius Brooks Parker 
Theodore Poehlmann 
William Joseph Potts 
Louis Edward Rapp 
Roland Ernest Richards 
Kasumi Shimooka 
Selwyn Shkolnik 
Alice Mae Smith, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Donald Hugh Smith 
Julius Joseph Smulkstys 
Robert Foster Sonderskov 
Orville Joseph Stone, Jr. 
Carolyn Eve Sullivan 
Paul Makoto Suzuki 
Mary Roettger Thompson 
Andrew Vogel, with High Honors in 

English 
Ernest Itsuo Yahiro 
Lynn Joanne Yarling 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Helen Elizabeth Hess 



David Glen Singer 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Fred Anthony Vaisvil 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Richard Merwyn Bartunek 
Craig Mitchell Christensen, with 

Honors 
William Joseph McPherson 



William Hamilton Munro 
Norman Harold Plotkin 
John Joseph Rener, with High 
Honors 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Laurance Arthur Knecht, with 

High Honors 
Howard Louis Littig, Jr. 



John William Schumacher 
Richard Allen Scott 



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IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Jules Beck Altenberg 

Irving Azaren 

Marvin Benjamin 

John Edward Fisher 

Eugene Frank Gold 

Mary Ann Erkman Hopkins, 

Honors in Mathematics 
John Wesley Hunnell 
Theodore Robert Husek 
Gerald Lee 
Albert Mandel Manaster 



with 



William Hayes Matchett 

Pearl Louise Mueller 

August Joseph Pocius 

Richard Maurice Rau 

Barbara Right, with High Honors in 

Zoology 
Richard Burton Rosenstein 
James John Sedor 
Joseph John Stachniak 
Eugene Carl Weinstein 



Jeanne Marie BeDell 



Gene Schrodt Bell 



IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Bonnie Nobuko Nakamura 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LAW 
William Fredrick Hoelscher Melvin Norman Routman 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Edmond Ralph Anderson, Jr., A.B. 

Ohio State University, 1948 
Leslie Ralph Bishop, B.S., 1951 
Franklin Hays Byers, B.S., 1950 



Albert John Cross, B.S., University 

of Kentucky, 1946; M.S., 1947 
Kathryn Lucille Messman, B.S., 1950 



THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 



Joan Marsh Amacher 
Norma Lou Dietz 
Meta Gene Goodin 
Beulah Elizabeth Goodwin 
Beulah Kennedy Mace, with Honors 
Corinne Winona Pendleton 
Bettie Gloss Rhodes 
Catherine Claeys Roszkowski 



Diana Sabatello 

Charles Hensley Schrader 

Mary Mayfield Shannon 

Ethel Sandra Ephron Sherman, with 

Honors 
Verla Lynch Tagg 
Dolores Boyd Turner 



IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Mabel LeCrone Barnhart 
Joan Fay Davis 
Robert Ernest Domer 
Donna Lee Hen son 



Janice Adele Nelson 
Ruth Ellen Posner 
Barbara Ferne Saxon 
Lois Ardeth Schulz 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Elaine Brown Chase 

IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 
John Robert Kluzek 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Charles Henry Anderson 
Burton Lee Babetch 
Wayne Oral Bragg 
William Albert Coverdale 
Virginia DeAcetis 



James David Green 
John Allen Hess 
Arthur Hoit 
Donald Glen Pyles 
Doyle Lee Webb 



IN COMMERCE AND LAW 
William Henry Chamberlain Phillip Charles Goldstick 



Joseph Bernik 
Robert S. Gallagher 
Roy Bernard Longhta 



Francis Leroy Bryant, Jr. 
Perna-Lee Pare Meents 



IN ECONOMICS 

Patrick Francis McLaughlin 
Orven Jack Tendall 

IN FINANCE 

Van LeRoy White 



IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 



Lester Charles Luther 



Donald Harold Bradshaw 
Charles Francis Clarke 
Lewis Cohen 
Peter James Ferguson 



IN MANAGEMENT 



Myron Simon Levy 
Robert Roman Prusak 
Richard Neal Schwartz 
Louis Joseph Zeleznikar 



William Dean Duncan 

Donald Anton Grill 

Margaret Ann Healey 

Iris Paulshock Hefter, with Honors 

Donald Leo Jeppsen 

IN MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT 

William Stephen Kamin 



IN MARKETING 

Burton Lionel Katz 
Robert Eugene Lumsden 
Robert Edward Rickert 
Martin Herbert Talmy 



IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 



Adel Laura Fochtmann 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 



Nancy DuVall Amm 
Bruce Ware Colvin 
James Allen Fink 



Carl Herbert Landers 

Arlen James Large 

Max Isaac Light, with Honors 



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THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Albert Warren Donner 
George Otto Heiman 



Robert Fredrick Lange 

Robert Reed Adams 
Shirley Eleise Cartman 



John M. Kidd, Jr. 
Harold John Tejes 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Frank Pytlik, Jr., with Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 



IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 



Jo Ann Carrington 
Helen Dowell 



Carl Harry Scheele 



Thomas Floyd 

Doris Merrilee Huber 



IN PAINTING 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Elizabeth Miller Jenner 

THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Joan Margaret Busch * 
Jerry Mitchell Nemec 



Charles Lloyd Washington 
Robert Weir Weddell 



THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Robert Brown Brigham 
Charles Madison Frye 
Stephen Edward Herz 
James Francis McNeely 
Joseph Martin Mihelcich 



John Anderson Muir, Ji 
Paul Edward Schmitz 
Jack McCollom Starke 
Leroy Albert Stecz 



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Degrees Conferred October 15, 1953 



THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Heimie Edward Breen, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1937 

Gerald Kenneth Nelson, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1943; M.S., 1948 

Arthur Ramer Wyatt, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Jyoti Prasad Bhattacharjee, A.B., A.M., Presidency College, 1941, 1943 
Robert Leon Coppersmith, B.S., Western Kentucky State College, 1948; M.S., 

University of Kentucky, 1950 
Frank Sanford Scott, Jr., B.S., Oregon State College, 1044; A.M., University 

of Missouri, 1947 

IN AGRONOMY 

George Richard Bauwin, B.S., M.S., West Virginia University, 1947, 1949 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Walter Kornfeld, B.S., University of Georgia, 1943; M.S., Iowa State College, 

1948 
Ari vanTienhoven, Landbouwkundig Ingenieur, Landbouwhoogeschool Te Wagen- 

ingen, 1949; M.S., 1951 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Robert Ivan DeMars, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1949 

Lowell Paul Hager, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1947; A.M., University of 

Kansas, 1950 
Norman Lionel Lawrence, B.Ch.E., M.S., University of Minnesota, 1944, 1950 
Tetsuo Shiota, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1948; M.S., 1950 
Donald George Waldhalm, A.B., M.S., University of Minnesota, 1948, 1950 
Henry Floyd Yarbrough, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1950, 195 1 

IN BUSINESS 

Charles Merle Crawford, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Earl Robert Gerhard, B.Ch.E., M.Ch.E., University of Louisville, 1943, 1947 

Tung Liu, B.Ch.E., National Nankai University, 1947; M.S., 1951 

William Bennett Retallick, B.S.E., University of Michigan, 1948; M.S., 1952 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Bimal Kumar Bachhawat, B.S., M.S., University of Calcutta, 1946, 1948 
Bruce Burton Burnett, B.S., Lehigh University, 1950 
Louis Albert Carpino, B.S., Iowa State College, 1950; M.S., 1951 
John Victor Clarke, Jr., B.S., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Edwin Orlando Davisson, A.B., Wabash College, 1948 
Wallace Ray Deason, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Bernard Dubnick, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1949 
Harold Marvin Foster, B.S., Lehigh University, 1950 
Richard Cuneo Fox, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950 
Sheldon Ellsworth Frey, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1943; M.S., Uni- 
versity of Tennessee, 1950 
Glenn Fuller, B.S., Stanford University, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Samuel Gelfand, B.S., Yale University, 1950 
Milton Paul Gordon, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1950 

Philip Archibald Horrigan, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948; 
M.S., Boston College, 1950 



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Thomas Lawrence Kelly, B.S., Purdue University, 1950 

Mary Lou Killey, B.S., College of St. Francis, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Alexander Jerry Kresge, A.B., Cornell University, 1949 

David Warren McCall, B.S., University of Wichita, 1950; M.S., 1951 

James William Miles, B.S., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 1940; 

M.S., 1947 
Niels Christian Nielsen, A.B., Central College, 1949 

Robert Ervin Putnam, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1950; M.S., 1951 
William Gladstone Robinson, Jr., A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1949; A.M., 1951 
John Joseph Sagura, B.S., Bradley University, 1950 

Norman Post Salzman, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1948; M.S., Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1949 
Roger Waldo Sanftner, B.S., M.S., University of New Mexico, 1949, 1950 
Rolland William Phillip Short, A.B., Millikin University, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Karl Viktor Yngve Sundstrom, Civilingenjor, Royal Institute of Technology, 

1948 
William Hugh Tallent, B.S., M.S., University of Tennessee, 1949, 1950 
Thomas Mabry Veazey, B.S., Murray State Teachers College, 1940 
John Frederick Walker, B.S., M.S., University of Western Ontario, 1949, 1950 
Barbara Joy Hummel Weil, A.B., Franklin College, 1947; M.S., 1951 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Hugh Lenneous Cox, B.C.E., North Carolina State College, 1949; M.S., 1952 
Armas Laupa, B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Richard Hsien Feng Pao, B.S., St. John's University, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Sabri Sami, B.S., Fouad First University, 1943; M.S., 1951 
Anestis Veletsos, B.S., Robert College, 1948; M.S., 1950 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 
Alex Reed, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1940 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

Clemence John Honer, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1943; M.S., Mississippi 
State College, 1949 

IN ECONOMICS 

Frederick Chester Armstrong, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1947; A.M., 

Michigan State College, 1948 
Alan Davis Dailey, B.S., Kansas State College, 1924; A.M., Indiana University, 

1947 
Esther Virginia Duvall, A.B., A.M., 1948, 1949 

Elvis Luverne Eckles, A.B., A.M., State University of Iowa, 1938, 1939 
Elmore Alan Hale, A.B., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1943; A.M., 1948 
Robert Grimmer Seymour, B.S., University of Idaho, 1936; M.B.A., University 

of Washington, 1947 
Chi Tsu Wang, A.B., National Central Political University, 1946; A.M., Univer- 
sity of Missouri, 1951 

IN EDUCATION 

Lloyd Murray Carson Dunn, B.Ed., Ed.M., University of Saskatchewan, 1949, 

1950 
John Wagner Hanson, A.B., A.M., 1942, 1947 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Floyd Martin Gardner, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950; M.S., Stan- 
ford University, 195 1 

IN ENGLISH 

Joseph Xavier Brennan, A.B., Providence College, 1945; A.M., Brown Univer- 
sity, 1949 

Maurice Aaron Crane, A.M., University of Chicago, 1950 

Harold Kelly Crockett, A.B., Central State Teachers College (Edmond, Okla- 
homa), 1936; M.F.A., University of Oklahoma, 1940 

Paul Egidius Grabill, A.B., A.M., 1949, 195 1 



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Rolf Soellner, B.S., University of Erlangen 1950; A.M., 1951 
Harris Ward Wilson, B.S., University of Missouri, 1941; A.M., University of 
Chicago, 1947 ||q ENTOMOLOGY 

Frank Flinn Hasbrouck, Jr., A.B., 1942 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Richard Gordon Garner, B.S., M.S University of Tennessee 1948, ,1948 
Howard Minor Hickman, A.B., Southwestern College, 1948; M.S., Kansas State 

Glei? Ar?hur 9 Jacobson, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1948, 1949 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

David John de Laubenfels, A.B., Colgate University, 1949; A.M 1950 

George Alfred Rheumer, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1948; M.S., 19S1 

IN GEOLOGY 
John Judson Chapman, Geol.Engr., M.Geol.E., Colorado School of Mines, 1941, 

194 IN HORTICULTURE 

Kenneth Edwin Bell, B.S., Kansas State College, 1949; M.S., 1951 

IN MATHEMATICS 
Robert Marvin Baer, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1946; M.S., University of 

Chicago, 1049 |N MECHANICAL ENG1NEER1NG 

Alan Jesse Chapman, B.S., Rice Institute, 1945; M.S., University of Colorado, 

Wen-Lung Chow, B.S., National Central University, 1946; M.S. 1950 
Stanley Francis Gilman, B.S., University of Maine, 1943; M.S., 1948 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Wayne Daniel Van Huss, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, i 9 39l M.S., 
1949 IN PHYSICS 

Harry Lustig, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Ira Pullman, B.S., Columbia University, 1941 ; M.S., 1949 

Alfred Guillou Redfield, A.B., Harvard College 1950; M.S., 1952 

George Salzman, B.S., Brooklyn College, 1949; M.S., 195 1 

Lee Palmer Stephenson, A.B., Fresno State College, 1947; M.S., 1949 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 
Carlton Earl Melton, Jr., B.S., North Texas State Teachers College, 1048; 
Morton'Be^jamin Waitzman, B.S., University of Miami, 1948; M.S., 1950 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 
Robert Sidney Friedman, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948; A.M., 1950 
Russell Webber Maddox, Jr., A.B., Marshall College, 1940 J 

J01S Ernest Swanson, A.B., DePauw University, 1940; A.M., University of 

California, i 9 47 ^ pSYCHOLOGY 

Vertus Edwin Bixenstine, A.B., M.S., 1948, 1950 
James Franklin Carruth, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1951 ~ 

Richard Henry Dana, III, A.B., Princeton University, 1949; MS. , 1951 
George William Fairweather, B.S., Iowa State College 1949) M S .. 1951 
Marvin Hersko, B.S., College of the City of New York i 9 49, M.S., 952 
James Foster Kamman, A.B. A.M State University of : Iowa .'938,1939 
Lionel Mordecai Lazowick, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1948, M.S., 1949 

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John Daniel Lyons, A.B., A.M., Oberlin College, 1948, 1950 

Beatrice Johnson Matheny, B.S., Purdue University, 1947; A.M., 1950 

John Weldon Moffitt, B.S., Brigham Young University, 1949; M.S., University 

of Utah, 1950 
Malcolm Luther Ritchie, A.B., A.M., University of California, 1948, 1951 
Matthew John Wayner, Jr., A.B., Dartmouth College, 1949; M.S., Tufts Col- 
lege, 1950 

IN SPEECH 

Thomas Edward Finfgeld, A.B., Eureka College, 1950; A.M., Bradley Univer- 
sity, 195 1 

Wilma Horrell Grimes, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1928; A.M., North- 
western University, 1947 

Daniel Spartakus Krempel, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1947; A.M., Ohio State 
University, 1948 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Keith George Edward Moody, B.C.E., M.Eng., University of Melbourne, 1949, 

1950 
Charles Edwin Taylor, B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1946, 1948 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Ganeswar Biswal, B.V.Sc., Bihar Veterinary College, 1940; D.V.M., M.S., 

Michigan State College, 1950, 1950 
Harry Hardenbrook, Jr., D.V.M., Colorado State College, 1940; M.S., 1944 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Martin Sacks, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1949; M.S., 1950 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Morris Berdyne Cierley, B.S., Memphis State College, 1938; A.M., Columbia 

University, 1941; Ed.M., 1949 
Shirley H. Engle, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1933 

Thomas Whitney Gandy, B.S., M.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1947, 1950 
Gerald Blaine James, B.S., M.S., North Carolina State College, 1947, 1948 
George Coe Lorbeer, Jr., A.B., San Francisco State College, 1943 ; A.M., Stanford 

University, 1948; Ed.M., 1950 
Joseph Andrew Mason, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1937; M.S., Ed.M., 

1941, 1949 
Evelyn Emma Stout, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1938, 1941 
Maximiniano Aspiras Velasquez, B.S., National University, 1948; Ed.M., 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

David Patek, A.B., 1951 

IN EDUCATION 
Mary Jane McCue Aschner, A.B., University of Chicago, 1944 

IN ENGLISH 

Jean Smith Johnson, A.B., 1949 

IN HISTORY 

Roy Vernon Scott, B.S., Iowa State College, 1952 
Joseph Fred Zacek, A.B., 1952 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Don Frank Davis, A.B., Washington University, 1952 
Melvin E. Hartzler, Jr., B.S., 1952 



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IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Elbert Winslow Russell, A.B., Earlham College, 1951 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 
Rhea Stagner Das, A.B., 1951 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Betty Friedmann Mannheim, B.S., Kansas State College, 1952 
Richard Finn Tomasson, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1949 

IN SPANISH 

Jewel Kurtz, A.B., Brooklyn College, 195 1 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 
John Harry Bonnar, B.S., Miami University, 1952 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
James William Longest, B.S., 1951 

IN AGRONOMY 

Edward August Thurn, B.S., 1952 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 
Harold Gallick, B.S., 1951 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Fredrick Robert Winter, B.S., 1952 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Lester Earl Coleman, Jr., B.S., University of Akron, 1952 
Michael Albert Kondzella, A.B., 1948 

Katherine Louise Mueller, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1949 
Robert Locke Rutledge, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1952 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Muhsin Iscan, B.S., Robert College, 1952 

Arthur Richard Robinson, B.C.E., The Cooper Union, 1951 

IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 
Harold Lee Einhorn, A.B., University of Texas, 1950 

IN ECONOMICS 

Albert Emmett Marien, B.S., 1933; M.S., University of Denver, 1942 

IN EDUCATION 
Wanda Marie Hemingway Wallace, B.S., 1948 

IN HORTICULTURE 
Chiko Haramaki, B.S., Oregon State College, 1952 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Ruth Gloria Bernstein, B.S., 1950 

Josephine Dunn, B.S., Virginia Union University, 1943 

Mildred Alena Walcott, A.B., B.L.S., McGill University, 1937, 1938 



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IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Ralph Green Golden, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1947 
Norman Meltzer, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1950 
Marvin Sacks, B.S., 1951 
Gerald Norman Wogan, B.S., Juniata College, 195 1 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

James Lowell Dale, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

IN RECREATION 

Edmond Waldron Shea, B.S., 1949 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Charles Kennedy Roe, D.V.M., Ontario Veterinary College, 1950 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Elizabeth Thomas Lichtwardt, A.B., Oberlin College, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

William Presley Schreiber, B.S., 1951 

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 

William Dale Mason 

THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Valerie Ramey Dwyer Marvin Zolot 

Jack Sptegelman 

THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

Doris Mae Adamson Harriet Porter Markovitz 

Barbara Klein Fox 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 
Sheldon Harvey Jacobs Leonard Walter Tamkin 

IN MANAGEMENT 
Richard Ritter Schump 

IN MARKETING 

Peter Brent Ayres Jerry B. Is an 

Leslie Glenn Behrend David Sonenblum 

William Edwin Hagen 

THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURE 
Otto Gene Stark 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Myrian Elaine Baker, with High Honors 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 
Richard Glen Gersch 



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Degrees Conferred February 14, 1954 



THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Raymond Claris Smith, B.S., University of Missouri, 1949; M.S., 1950 

IN AGRONOMY 

Ricardo Taningco Marfori, B.Agr., B.S.A., University of the Philippines, 1930, 
1933; M.S., 1942 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Vknkata Chalam Metta, A.B., Nizam College, 1944; B.S., Madras Agricultural 
College, 1947; M.S., 1951 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Richard Ferman Wheeler, B.S., B.S., Clemson Agricultural College, 1941, 1947; 
M.S., Mississippi State College, 1949 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Richard Aaron Greenberg, A.B., M.S., 1948, 1950 
George Streisinger, B.S., Cornell University, 1950 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Chi Fang Tung, B.S., National Tang-Shan Engineering College, 1947; M.S., 1951 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Donald Anthony Plautz, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1949; M.S., Ohio State 

University, 1950 
William Morgan Rutherford, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 

Ronald Luther Saxton, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1950; M.S., 1952 
James Bok Wong, B.S., B.S., University of Maryland, 1949, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Paul Emmanuel Bierstedt, Jr., B.S., Ohio State University, 1950 

Stephen John Bodnar, A.B., Lafayette College, 1950 

James Edward Gindler, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950; M.S., 1951 

Paul Gene Gordon, B.S., University of Denver, 1950; M.S., 1951 

Richard Frank Heitmiller, A.B., M.S., University of Delaware, 1949, 1950 

Arthur Allan Smucker, A.B., Goshen College, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Edwin Charles Steiner, A.B., Hanover College, 1950; M.S., 1951 

John William Way, B.S., M.S., Lehigh University, 1950, 1951 

Donald Harry Wilkins, B.S., Hamline University, 1948; M.S., 1952 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Henry Edward Stephens, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1944; B.C.E., 
M.C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1947, 1948 

IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY 

Frank Gordon Stockin, Jr., A.B., Houghton College, 1937; A.M., University of 
Cincinnati, 1938 

IN ECONOMICS 

Karl Frederick Treckel, A.B., A.M., Syracuse University, 1939, 1940 
Paul David Zook, A.B., Goshen College, 1934; A.M., 1940 

IN EDUCATION 

Irene Ellen Feltman, A.B., Earlham College, 1928; A.M., Columbia University, 
1936 

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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Harrington Cooper Brearley, Jr., B.E.E., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1946; 

M.S., 1950 
Robert Swern Wiseman, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1950 

IN ENGLISH 

James Richard Bash, A.B., A.M., Indiana State Teachers College, 1937, 1940 
John Edward Bellamy, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1948; A.M., 1951 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Herbert Lipke, B.S., M.F.S., Cornell University, 1947, 1948 

Abdel Salam Mahmoud Shalaby,- B.S., Fouad First University, 1949; M.S., 1951 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Kwoh Hsien Hu, B.S., Nanking University, 1939; M.S., Oregon State College, 

1949 
Huo-Ping Pan, B.Sc, National Southwest Associated University, 1946 

IN FRENCH 

Thomas Edwin Comfort, A.B., Northwestern University, 1943; A.M., 1951 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Walter Hastings McDonald, B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University, 1946, 1949 
Donald Leo Netzer, Ph.B., University of Wisconsin, 1942; A.M., 1946 

IN GEOLOGY 

James Frederick McDivitt, B.Sc, University of Western Ontario, 1949; M.S., 

195 1 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Choh-Yi Ang, E.M., Met.E., M.E.M., Colorado School of Mines, 1943, 1947, 1947 
Michael Vogt Nevitt, B.S., 1944; M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1951 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Henry Silton Harris, A.B., University of Oxford, 1949 

IN PHYSICS 

George Roland Briggs, A.B., Cornell University, 1947; A.M., 1950 
Frank Shilling Eby, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

Donald Frank Holcomb, A.B., DePauw University, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Carl Tatsuo Tomizuka, B.S., Tokyo University, 1945; M.S., 1951 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Manfred Brust, A.B., M.S., New York University, 1944, 1946 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Louis Beraha, B.S., Cornell University, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Elroy Arvel Curl, B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, 1949; M.S., University 
of Arkansas, 1950 

Junius Leonard Forsberg, B.S., Colorado State College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanical Arts, 1930; M.S., Michigan State College, 1932 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Nathan Hakman, A.B., Ohio University, 1943; A.M., Syracuse University, 1947 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Vincent Glaudin, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

Lewis Joseph Sherman, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1950; M.S., 1952 



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IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 
Edward Robert Baumann, B.S., University of Michigan, 1944; B.S., M.S., 1945, 

1047 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Byron Edwin Munson, B.S., A.M., 1949, 1950 

IN SPEECH 

Wayne Elmer Brockriede, B.S., M.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1947, 1947 
Glenn Eugene Reddick, A.B., Colorado State College of Education, 1948; A.M., 
University of Florida, 1949 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Irving Benjamin Sachs, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Martorie Modelle Brown, B.S., Southwest Texas State Teachers College, 1936; 
Ed.M., Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, 1944 

Rudolph Joseph Capobianco, A.B., A.M., University of Denver, 1949, 1950 

James Wayne Davidson, B.S., B.Mus., M.Mus., 1947 

William Howard Martin, B.S., University of Vermont, 1931; M.S., Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1937 

Donald Mattison Prince, B.S., Murray State Teachers College, 1948; M.S., 1950 

Lester Raymond Van Deventer, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1938; 
M.S., 1941 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

Richard George Kruger, A.B., Denison University, 1950 

Abdul Malik Abdul Wahab, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1951 

IN EDUCATION 

Philip Elno Anderson, B.S.A., Purdue University, 1927 

IN ENGLISH 

Joan Christine Ganczewski, A.B., 1952 
Frederick Joseph Mathieson, A.B., 1953 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Frances Virginia McCollom Gasparotti, A.B., 1941 

IN GERMAN 
William Manfred Gartman, A.B., 1952 

IN HISTORY 

John Joseph Beer, A.B., Earlham College, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Harvey Isaac Hellman, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1952 
James Bruce Neighbor, A.B., 1952 

IN MATHEMATICS 
Rosemarie Margarete Scheerer, A.B., Bucknell University, 1952 
Wendell Dale Williams, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947; M.S., 1948 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Mary Stelyn Bauwin, A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 
William Robert Thompson, A.B., 1950 



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IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Edgar Marion Haverland, A.B., 1949 

Marvin Morris Okanes, A.B., University of Buffalo, 1951 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Martin John Herzog, A.B., 1952 
Marvin Persky, B.S., 1951 

IN SOCIOLOGY 
Armond Fields, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1953 

IN SPANISH 

Stephen Bull Adams, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1938 
Francoise Salgat Jan, A.B., 1952 

Rodolfo Edwin Vilaro, A.B., Polytechnic Institute of Puerto Rico, 1949; A.M. 
University of Michigan, 195 1 

IN SPEECH 

Howard Jay Cohn, B.S., De Paul University, 1952 
Ora Welcher Harding, A.B., 1953 

IN STATISTICS 

Ernest William Carperos, B.S., Millikin University, 1952 
Frank Shigehide Nishime, B.S., 1953 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Julia Mae Parham Brown, A.B., Knoxville College, 1943 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 
Eugenia Pacwa Jaeger, A.B., 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Fred Charles Hall, B.S., 1952 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Robert Frederick Hacker, A.B., B.S., 1949, 1952 

Loren Albert Ihnen, B.S., 1953 

Keith Allen Kahle, B.S., 1953 

Guru Din Singh, B.Sc, Allahabad Agricultural Institute, 1945 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

Donald Elon Johnson, B.S., 1952 
Harold Joseph Konrad, B.S., 1948 

IN AGRONOMY 

Yusra Mohammad Ali Beyhum, B.S., University of Beirut, 1952 
Abraham Agbolade Adeboyejo Fayemi, B.S., Langston University, 1952 
Robert Henry Mitchell, B.S., 1947 
Paul Garland Moe, B.S., 1953 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Alice Russell Beaver, A.B., Vassar College, 1952 

Samuel George Kahn, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1951; M.S., 1953 
William Douglas Morrison, B.S., Ontario Agricultural College, 1949 
Rodney Porter Wilcox, B.S., University of Georgia, 1948 



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IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Merrill William George Ottwein, B.S., 1951 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

Tso-chih Peng, B.S., Sun Yat Sen University, 1942 
Harold Campbell Young, A.B., 1951 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Ira James Mehlman, B.S., 1952 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Herbert Robert Toler, Jr.,^B.S., 1950 
Rey Ching Tung, B.S., 1953 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Joseph Edward Nowrey, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1950 
Walter Raymond Pavelchek, B.S., Purdue University, 1945 

IN CITY PLANNING 
Dean Allen Davis, B.S., 1950 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Fred Emanuel Anderson, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 

Jose Luis Capacete, B.S., University of Dayton, 1943 

Abul Khair Mohammad Shamsuddoha Choudhury, B.S., University of Dacca, 

195 1 
John Michael Farley, B.C.E., Syracuse University, 1952 
James Franklin Fraser, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1947 
Gordon Miles Gray, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Robert Eugene Grubaugh, B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1949 
Khalid Shakir Mahmoud, B.S., 1953 

Walter Frank Marciniec, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1048 
John Milton Pulsifer, B.S., University of New Hampshire, 1952 
Jorge Luis Quiros, B.S., 1952 

Claron Atherton Robertson, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 
Ismet Sedat Seymen, B.S., Robert College, 1952 
George Robinson Wentz, B.C.E., University of Virginia, 1949 

IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Karl Joseph Kadlub, Jr., B.S., 1951 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Leroy Avram, B.S., 1952 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Clarence Breton Barron, B.S., Southern University, 1946 
Will Carleton Kinney, Jr., B.S., Ohio State University, 1951 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

James Hunter Bender, B.S., 1952 

IN EDUCATION 

Elizabeth Pearl Gunn, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

Anna Marie Harn, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 

Lewis Oscar Kerwood, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1939 

Thomas Harris Mayfield, B.S., Bluefield State College, 1947 

Harold Edward Smith, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 

IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Gerald Scott Hasterok, B.S., 1952 

Thelma Lucile Pitzer, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 

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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Jack Deyo, B.S., 1953 

Elbert John Hagin, B.S., University of Colorado, 1949 

Thomas Chase Hundley, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1949 

Shelby Eugene Hunter, B.S., 1953 

Billy Monroe Jackson, B.S., University of Texas, 1952 

William Dodds Kessler, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1950 

John Belshaw Kreer, B.S., Iowa State College, 1951 

Carlos Ralph Osborn, B.S., 195 1 

James Blayney Rice, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Robert Lee Gerhart, B.S., 1951 

William Brown Hawkins, A.B., Florence State Teachers College, 1949 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 
William Jay Hoover, B.S., 1950 

IN GEOLOGY 

Charles Fred Major, Jr., B.S., 1952 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Mary Elizabeth Murphy, B.S., St. Mary's of the Spring College, 1944 

Doris McLane Skarha, B.S., 1948 

Corinne Campbell Snouffer, A.B., Coe College, 1935 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Lesah Jouett Allione, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 
Ella Belle Eblin, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Jane Bossi Jokela, B.S., Northwestern University, 1947 
Virginia Coultas Sharp, B.S., 1940 

IN JOURNALISM 

Edward Thomas Koska, Jr., A.B., 1953 

Robert Lee Phillips, A.B., Miami University, 1952 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Catherine Parks Eyler, A.B., Houghton College, 1939 

Frances Lavara Hunnell, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1952 

Ruthann Greer Janney, A.B., 1953 

Joan Katherine Pantke, B.S., 1952 

Demetrius Sotiropoulos, Certificate, University of Athens, 1952 

Virginia Victoria Vega, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1949 

IN MARKETING 
Edward K. Shukur, B.B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1952 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Thomas Nathaniel Hibbard, B.S., Pacific University, 1951 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

William Eugene Dirkes, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 
Everett Lloyd Sartain, B.S., Purdue University, 1951 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 
Donald Andrew Wruck, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1952 



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IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Betty McHenry Gray, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Abraham Kishter, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 
Donald William Simmons, B.Mus.Ed., Knox College, 1950 

IN PHYSICS 

Lewis Brotman, A.B., Temple University, 1952 

Richard Elmo Coovert, A.B., Reed College, 1952 

Richard Bertram Curtis, A.B.. Harvard College, 1952 

John David Fox, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951 

Garth William Gobeu, A.B., Rice Institute, 1952 

Louis Charles Hebel, Jr., A.B., DePauw University, 1952 

George Herbert Kinsey, Jr., B.S., Lehigh University, 1952 

Peter Kotsch Kloeppel, B.S., University of North Carolina, 1952 

Robert Allan Laff, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1952 

Michael Francis Millea, B.S., 1952 

Samuel Penner, A.B., University of Buffalo, 1952 

Fred Bernard Smith, Jr., A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1952 

John Jude Spokas, B.S., St. Procopius College, 1952 

Frederick Ludwig Vook, A.B., B.S., University of Chicago, 1951, 1952 

Richard Charles Wiquist, B.S., 1952 

Malcolm Cecil Younger, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1952 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Barbara Jane Howell, B.S., Kent State University, 1950 
Edward Shnare Magnus, B.S., 1952 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Peter Junji Sasaki, B.S., Michigan State College, 195 1 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Raymond Eugene Wahlton, B.S., 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

William Joseph Dembski, Jr., B.S., Ed.M., 1950, 195 1 

Chalmer Newton Hart, Jr., A.B., Lake Forest College, 1951 

James Rowe Hegner, B.S., 1953 

Thomas Henry Pinson, B.S., Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State 

Teachers College, 1946 
Arlene Brietzke Stuckmann, B.S., 1953 
Norbert Weisman, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 
George Gene Zabka, A.B., DePauw University, 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
Luella Seyer Dickhaut, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Lawrence Roy Bain, D.V.M., Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science, 1941 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Stephen Ralph Geiger, A.B., New York University, 1952 
Edward William Millhouse, Jr., B.S., 1949 
John Ludwig Sarkissian, B.S., 1947 
Leslie Gerard Swartz, B.S., 1953 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Mary Jeanne Hoggard, B.Mus., Oklahoma City University, 1952 
Betty Ann Mosier, B.Mus., Kansas City Conservatory of Music, 1945 
Suzanne Schmidt Scutt, B.Mus., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, 1951 
Phyllis Lightfield Triolo, B.Mus., Michigan State College, 1944 

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THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Gopal Chandra Sarma Borooa, A.B., Cotton College, 1936; A.M., University of 

Dacca, 1939 
Wayne Birkenmayer Challacombe, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1941 
Willie Marie Chambers, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1950 
William Edward Cooper, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
William Easter Crawford, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1948 
Helen Roberta Dailey, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1945 
Louise Philomene Dexheimer, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1947 
Ralph Leon Elliott, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Myrtle Alice Frueh, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1940 
Jessie Virginia Garrett, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1945 
John Kendall Gingrich, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1951 
Rudolph Valentino Green, A.B., Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College 

(Pine Bluff, Arkansas), 1951 
Alexander Hachigian, B.S., 1953 

Violet Boone Hancock, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1951 
Joseph Lud Hanson, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Magdalene Reeves Hinds, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1944 
Eugene Ross Howard, B.S., 1947 

Frances Jarrett Kerwood, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1940 
Harold Vernon Kinkley, B.S., Miami University, 1939 
Kenneth Warren Knell, B.S., 1948 

Charles Krivacek, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 
Ancil Tilford LaFevers, B.S., 1948 
Richard Hanson McFadden, A.B., 1950 
Robert Vern Miller, A.B., University of Kansas, 1952 

Loren Elmer Mills, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1939; B.S., 1941 
Virginia Ann Moloney, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 
Claire Joan Moore, B.S., 1952 

Stanley Paul Nelson, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1940 
Opal Branom Oneal, B.S., 1951 

Rachel Brett Pomatto, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 
Prudence Scearce Potter, B.S., Ohio University, 1948 
Hans Dieter Reusch, A.B., University of Rio Grande de Sol, 1950 
James Frederick Rue, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Rosa Violet Schaub, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
Esther Poppens/Soderberg, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1944 
Janice Louise Tarrent, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1951 
Millie Person Vaughn, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 
Trinidad Viernes Viloria, B.S.E., A.M., Far Eastern University, 1948, 1950 
Jeannetta Walker, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 195 1 
Charles Harry Wheeler, B.S., 1953 
Milton Verdell Wisland, B.S., State Teachers College (LaCrosse, Wisconsin), 

195 1 
Lloyd Gilbert Zimmer, B.Ed., Wisconsin State Teachers College (Oshkosh), 1932 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Clarence Avis Hubbard, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1937; M.S., 1941 



THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 



Thomas Jackson Acton 
Robert Lee Alexander 
Clifford Elmore Beatty 
Shelby Harold Brownfield 
Ronald Duane Clayton 



Richard Allen Ewbank 
Clyde Fife, Jr. 
William Gaither, Jr. 
Eldon Hoyt Greenwood, with High 
Honors 



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Thomas Henry Haining 

John Allen Hayward 

August Peter Kunkel, Jr. 

John David Line 

"Philip Eugene Luster 

Robert Keplinger McCracken 

Robert Joseph Miller 

Melvin Arthur Palm 

Cletus Earl Schertz, with Honors 



Ramon Earl Schifler 
William Edward Sparks 
Arthur Lee Spencer 
Donald George Ubl 
Jack Headley Upchurch 
Vance Junior VanTassell 
Francis Edwin Walker, with High 

Honors 
Herbert Milton Widdowson 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

John Oscar Harris, with Honors 



Robert Frederick Bils 
Philip Eugene Luster 



Beverly Anna Bunting 
Joanne Louise Daigle 
Ruth Alice Rust 



IN FLORICULTURE 

Jerry Willard Washburne 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Megan Dawson Schiefer 
Margaret Lou Shannon 
Lois Ann Williston 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Lois Lorraine Stuenkel 



IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 



Keith Colby Gardner 



THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Robert Lee Chandler, with Honors 

John Cybulski 

James Robert Fenwick 

John Louis Heckel 



David Godfrey Herbener 
Thomas Gill Muir 
William Edward Nickel 
Frank Vileta 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



Dulal Chandra Borpujari 
Leslie Eugene Maxedon 
Darrel Gene Suhre 



Charles Claude Ulfig, Jr. 
Abid Mohammed Zakiyah 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



Richard Charles Anderson 
William Doane Scott, with High 
Honors 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



John Felix Sincere 



Lester Takumi Akasaki 
Arthur Ernest Berg 
Charles Edward Blomberg 
Alfred August Bowald 
Carl Evert Carlson 
Dewey Ross Connor, Jr. 
Robert Louis Crescio 
Edward Louis Damal 
Howard John Holzer 
Carlos Jaime Pinzon Hunter 
Albert G. Law 
Robert Leonard Lutz 



Robert Allen Nack 
William Hugh Nelson 
Hugo Ramirez Restrepo 
Arne Sande 

Ronald Dennis Schmied 
Jonas Smalstys 
William Frederick Stief 
Ronald Joseph Swofford 
Daniel Wayne Urish 
William Arthur Wakefield 
Doran Keith Welty 



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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Lee Adler 
John Barnes, Jr. 
David Grayson Berry 
Richard Otto Bez 
Donald Alan Brantingham 
Laurel Raymond Chapman, Jr. 
Robert Tien-Wen Chien 
Cesar Julio Granados Corredor 
Lonas Robert Delcour 
Robert Norman Du Fore 
Carl William Eschman 
Howard Dayton Hern 
Robert Eugene Hovda 
Donald Alvin Jackson 
Harry Noel Jamison 



George Kerster 
Robert George Klouda 
Maurice William Lee, Jr. 
Ruey-Wen Liu, with Honors 
George Quentin Lofgren 
Mon A. Lum 

Anthony Vytautas Maciulis 
Jack Margolis 
Vito Peter Minerva 
William Charles Register, Jr. 
Eugene Ronald Selven 
Charles Hadley Vaughan 
Frances Eugenia Watkins 
Richard Edward Wolfsberger 



Robert Dale Boys 
Seymour Jay 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 

Tet-Chong Pang 

IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 



Richard Alan Beckenbaugh 
Robert Townsend Meyer 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Leavitt Albert Peterson 



Arthur Lincoln Andrew 
Albert Richard Baginski 
Roger Bruce Bishop 
Richard Henry Breaker 
Edward Joseph Brown 
Richard Kortie Brown 
Dominic Bucciferro 
James Ubaldo Cardoni 
Lawrence Haskell Chanoch 
Bruce Alan Cook, with Honors 
William DeFotis 
Charles William Ferris 
Michael Alexander Gramme, Jr. 



Leonard Sherman Greenberg 

Harold Reinhart Heisler 

eugenijus jankus 

Richard Howard Lance, with Honors 

Robert Burnside MacLean 

Thomas Joseph McEneely 

Robert Walter Theodore Olson 

Eugene Francis Sablick 

Donald Lee Schaffner 

Oliver Jay Smith 

Ramojus Pranas Vaicekauskas 

Robert Wayne Voight 

Roger Kipp Wadsworth 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



Maurice Jo Boenitz 
Walter Thomas Bott 
Martin Cecil Coale 



Richard Jay Evanson 
Fredrik Olaf Haarbye 
Lew Walther Markow 



Michael James Griffin 
Walter Stewart Lucas 
Richard Lee Sloan 
Oleg Terichow 

Samuel Wade Shafer 



IN MINING ENGINEERING 



Richard James Trainor 
Tommy Stanley Ullom 
Philip Joseph Urso 



IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Michael Zihal 



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Allen Hastings Andrews, Jr. 
Bill Curtis Banister 
Barbara Bell 
Ronald Fred Berliant 



Samuel Herbert Bleier 
Barbara Ruth Bouchard 
Ellen Lucille Bremner, with Honors 
in Latin 



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Edward Eliza Brown 

Thomas Edward Caldwell 

Carolyn Mae Carlson 

Catherine Peter Chentes 

Janet Cohn 

Carol Finch Cone 

Phillip Ronald Cook 

James Robert Cox 

Robert Adam Cygan 

Lois Dunn 

Joan R. Edinburg 

Olga Maria Egger 

Gwendolyn Deloris Ellison 

Angela Carroll Elliston 

Patricia M. Fitzgerald 

Ernest Ghanotakis 

Joseph Anthony Gonzalez 

Ann Elizabeth Goodman 

Selma Gordon 

Margaret Mary Graham 

James Harold Hamilton 

Lucille Hecht 

Richard Oscar Heinz 

Alvin Phillip Herman 

Marie Louise Johnson, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Ruth Ann Johnson 
Diane Renee Keer 
William Harold Kelly 
Norman Bruce Kern 
Joan Nicholson Kittermaster 
Doris Kirkpatrick Lain 
Louis Eduard Lemp 
Ronald Sanford Levey 
Eli Michael Leviton 
Ann Clarke Maher 
Irene Diane Mahin 
Roberta Jean McGill, with Highest 

Honors in Spanish 



Robert Dow McKnelly, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Kathleen Mary McNamara 
Elizabeth Ann Meek 
Otis Deloid Morgan 
Kenneth Roy Mount, with Highest 

Honors in Mathematics 
Leonard Erwin Newman, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Esther Wilma Olle 
Jim Temple Overaker 
Jane Richmond Parthemer 
Kenneth Owen Pearce 
Peter Eymard Piechocki 
Jeanne B. Poduska 
James Dyack Re Veal 
Jack DeCoverley Richardson 
Nancy May Rowland 
Robert James Salkin 
David Owen Schillerstrom 
Stuart M. Schoenburg 
Donald Myron Seigel 
Robert Land Smith 
Kathleen Sarah Spaulding 
Jane Allen Strook 
Esther Kwang-Tzu Tan 
Robert Harrison Thompson 
George Julian Van Emden, with 

Highest Honors in Political Science 
Anne Mary Vekich, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Francis Lee Vosburgh 
James Walker 
Lu Broussard Whitaker 
George Joseph Wieczorek 
Ross Gleason Wilsey, Jr. 
Roger Lee Woizeski 
Donald Louis Young 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Gordon Cohn 

Stephie Elizabeth Kiniak 

Jeanne Jule Loitz 



George Jerome Walker, Jr. 
Joan Martha Woll 



IN THE TEACHING OF LATIN 



Kenneth Eugene Hagen 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Malta Honey Mittelman 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 
Alice Mae Hudecek, with Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Earl Phillip Blough, with Honors 
Roy Dew Christmann 
Bexjamin Bruce Clark 
Harlan Leroy Feldkirchner, with 

High Honors 
John Theodore Fortman, with Honors 



John Windsor Harding, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Stuart Henly, with Honors 
Roger Emil Hudrlik, with High 

Honors 
Paul Wayne Johnson 



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Mavis Jerry McDaniel Masaru Segimoto 

Leland Bishop Miller, Jr., with Marshall Wayne Sutker, with 

Honors Honors 

Albert Deming Mills Herbert Carl Walther, Jr., with 
Richard Constantino Romano, with Highest Honors 

Highest Honors Arden Ray Weatherly 
Joseph Germano Santangelo 
Robert Wendell Schrader, with 

Honors 

IN CHEMISTRY 

George Edward Fitzgibbon William W. Paudler 

Filon Alexander Gadecki James Robert Petzold 

Charles Frederick Howell, with Kenneth Dale Shanklin 

Highest Honors William Anthony Spartin 

Ernest Franklin LeVon, with High , Walter Albert Wozniak, with 

Honors Honors 

Arthur Mendel 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

William Henry Anderes Marvin Isadore Knopp, with High 
Alice Aramian Honors in Mathematics 

Larry Clive Ascher Anita Magana, with Honors in 
Robert Maurice Balzhiser, with High Psychology 

Honors in Psychology William Todd McCune 

Dietrich C. Bauer George Louis Messenger 

Henry Merle Conor Takefumi Miji, with Honors in 
Richard Benjamin Delott Bacteriology 

Norman Edelstein George Anthony Paul Paulik 

Lyle Henry Ellicott Rose Marie Psota 

David Scott Geiger Delmer Lee Scoonover 

Harold Lee Griffin Merrill Kenneth Seggerman 

Julius Ellsworth Hammack Mary Lower Tait 

Norbert Nathan Hankin Dominic Michael Vitucci 

Walter Richard Jones James Oscar Wafer 

Theodore George Jung, Jr. John Roland Winkelmann 

Sabah Steven Kachachi Charlotte Jean Woodard 

Myron Kassel Lowell Willard Woodstock 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Judith Ban Hasterok 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Hollis Leroy Eyestone Frank Joseph Wambach 
Grace Carol Feldman 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 
John Henry Friedlein 

IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 
Donald Mahlon Redman 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Dorothy Annette Sylling 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LAW 



Allan Irving Mendelsohn 



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THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Robert Thompson Beam, B.S., 1951 
Edward Benecki, B.S., A.M., 1949, 

195 1 
James Calvin Bostian, B.S., Northern 

Illinois State Teachers College, 

1950 
John James Desmond, B.S., 1949 
Stuart Edgar DeVore, A.B., 1952 
Lloyd Glen Herold, A.B., 1952 
William Henry Herring, B.S., 

Bradley University, 1952 



Randle Eugene Johnson, B.S., 

Bradley University, 1951 
Gerald Lipsictz, A.B., 1952 
Robert McClure, B.S., 1951 
Dwight Alwin McKabney, A.B., 1947 
Francis Elwood Mosetick, B.S., 1952 
Andrew Warren Peters, B.S., 1951 
William Braxton Phillips, Jr., B.S., 

1952 
Stanley Julian Roszkowski, B.S., 

1949 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAW 



Hollis William Benjamin, B.S., 
Bradley University, 1950; with 
High Honors 



THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN EDUCATION 



Anna Mae Helen Chivinsky 
Francis Lee Cochran 
Robert E. Haven 
Maurene Lane Kietzman 
Paul Gilbert Lewis 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Thomas Edward Lonk 
Mary Shinn Most 
William Thomas O'Hara 
Patricia Ann Smith Seaman 



Barbara Lois Arden 

Ruth Barrie 

Margaret Jean Bortell 

Lorraine Iris Brodsky 

Muriel Alice Clark 

Donna Alyce Corydon, with Honors 

Joan Jacobson Elkin 

Eileen Fried Freireich 

Barbara Stewart Huth 

Ina Jean Lefstin, with Honors 

Shirley Rose Moscovitz, with High 

Honors 
Lut Newboe 



Eileen Eleanor Norcross 

Clarice Carlson Robinson, with High 

Honors 
Louise Joyce Rosengard, with Honors 
Ila Nan Saunders, with Honors 
Mary Ann Myers Saxman 
Sheila Efron Seidmon 
M argot Ann Tibbits Slocum 
Harriet Weinberg 
Jean Williams Weiss, with Honors 
Marilyn Jean Werner, with High 

Honors 
Irma Viola Williamson 



Paul Mack Cook 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

Ludwig Kenneth Johannsen 



THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Donald Thomas Austin- 
Clarence Howard Banks 
William Lee Beck 
Richard Edward Bochte 



Marjorie Marie Boyle, with Honors 
John Leo Cain, III 
Stanley David Christianson 
Richard Erwin Cole, with Honors 



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Reva Alice Fort 
Ronald Eugene Goldberg 
Arne Edwin Goranson 
Marks Gordon 
Gerald William Hickey 
Robert Fay Hutching s 
Thomas Paul Kenney 
Robert Edwin Klein 
William Joseph Koney 
Norbert Edward Kraegel 
Robert George Lange 
Gerald Jack Luneburg 



Frances Marian McCown 

Edwin Francis Murphy 

Robert Owen Palmer, with Honors 

Leo Walter Pietrack 

William Brown Ricks 

Bernard Henry Rost 

Robert Schuman 

Jerry Shotola 

James Leonard Slovick, with Honors 

Scott Windsor Thompson 

Norman Lee Troemel 

Leland George Wise, with Honors 



IN ACCOUNTANCY AND MANAGEMENT 



James William Jensen 



Bernard Stephen Schwartz 



IN COMMERCE AND LAW 



Allan Lee Blair, with Honors 
Jerome David Fireman, with Honors 
Stuart Neal Greenberger 
John Edwin Norton 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 



Richard Byron Reuss 
Morton Rochman 
Norman Abraham Share 



Edgar Hobart Chapel 
Roslyn June Kahle 

Eldon Willard Bergstrom, 
James Rogers Brewster 
Robert Edwin Bryant 
Dougald Sinclair Cameron 
Oliver Perry Colvin 
Philip Harry Flick 
Frederick Joseph Kruzel 



Mary Louise Martin 

IN ECONOMICS 

Jr. Fred Frank Locher 

William Patrick Moroney 
Raymond Martin Normann, 

Honors 
Robert Chamberlain Reeve 
Theodore Henry Shiff, III 
Sol Zisook, with Honors 



with 



William Francis Savage 



IN FINANCE 

Peter Vrame 



IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 



Leonard Max Gruhlke 
Edward John Hynds, Jr. 
Gordon Lynn Leach 

William Roland Borden 
James Miller Buchanan 
Ralph Thomas Campbell 
Dorothea May Dankes 
William Arthur Guegel, Jr^- 
LeRoy Adolph Heuer 
George Howard Hoskinson 

John Everett Anderson 
James Louis Badgett 
Ernst Frank Brosius 
William Robert Clinard 
Edwin Henry Drake, Jr. 
Grover Lorenzo Foote 
Allen Roy Freeman 
David Ardin Frisbie 
Caroline Mae Garnier 
Richard J. Heath 
Robert Keith Jamieson 
Victor Alan Kuhns 



Richard Loing McCarthy 
Marshall Robert Schroeder 



IN MANAGEMENT 



Vincent Peter LoMonaco 
Joseph Patrick Mulligan, Jr. 
James Edward Olson 
Joseph Julian Profilet 
Gene Paul Steffy 
George Zezoff 



IN MARKETING 



Lee Stanford Kwatnez 
Donald Elkins Lentz 
Morton Louis Levin 
Thomas Maxwell Liptak 
John Kurrie Maris 
Lowell Jerome Martin 
Richard Barrington Martley 
Clifton Neil McIntire 
Phillip Aulden Merriman 
Janice Rosenberg, with Honors 
Philip Lawrence Rosenfield 
Arthur Schaefer, Jr. 



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Leslie Allen Schultz 
William A. Sears, Jr. 
John Henry Seiler 
Seibert Ira Solomon 
James Joseph Stelzner 



Byron Andrew Thorpe, III 
Fred Charles Werno 
James Mackill Wood 
Eugene Yalowitz 



IN MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT 



Tony Joseph Malestic 
Robert Kenneth Nelson 



Joan Whittier Babb 



William Richard Vitous 

IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 

Barbara Dale Fedor 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN JOURNALISM 



Carl Daniel Anderson 

Howard Lee Balson 

Eivind Berdal 

Adrienne Ruth Berman 

Earl Francis Broihier 

Donald Jerome Cassady 

Barry Lewis Cole 

Marlin Dale Coleman 

Carl Richard Crady 

Sheila Mavis Dalby, with Honors 

Dorothy Margaret Eckert 

Bernice Clare Finkelman 

Lewis Ira Golan 

Ruth Eileen Hall 

Seymour Handwerker 



Robert Stephen Hoffman 

John Phillip Holland 

Frances Izbicky 

Deane Raymond Johnsos 

Evelina Tse-Ven Kao 

Frank Philip Konrad 

Alvin Donald Ostrin, with Honors 

Horace Pieger 

Sylvia Mae Pousson, with Honors 

Serene Joyce Sachar 

Donald David Schmidt 

Charlene Segal 

Frank Staszecki 

Dean Roger Storey 

Frank Alois Vlasich 



THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 



Donald Vincent Baker 
Dee Louis Glueck 
Ernesto Jimenez 
Donald Willis Lister 



Wendell Burton Parks, II 
Hershel Post, with High Honors 
Anne Kunstman Way 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Benjamin M. Borkon 

David Frederick Brandt, with 

Highest Honors 
Charles Thomas Cedarholm 
James Richard Dry 
Daniel Alan Durfee, with Honors 



Charles Elsmer Duster 
Richard Arthur Gruitch 
David Ellsworth Johnson 
August Martin Massa 
Herman Roberts 
Donald Valintine Rutkowski 



IN ARCHITECTURE 



Rudolph John Klepitsch 
Arthur Melangthon Love 
Jim Kazuo Maeda 
Gutllermo Tellez Munoz 



Mitsuru Otsuji 
Martin Bennett Schaffer 
Donald Frederick Leonard Wald 
James C M. Young 



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IN LANDSCAPE OPERATION 

John Robert Luensman 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Kermit Townsend Breen, with Honors Barbara Helen Robinson 

Charles Richard Cassey, with Honors Loyd Edward Settle, with High 

Carol Virginia Conard Honors 

Lancer Millard Cooper Jane Reed Wineman, with High 

Jean Kennedy Jones Honors 

Cherie Ann Lyford Marilee Anne Winger 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

James Edward Fagerburg Betty Marie Nemecek 

Shirley Claire Hinners Rudolph Leland Pare 

Herbert Martin Jones, Jr. Glenn Rodney Reaser 

John Vincent Massey " Willis Gorham Sabin 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Beverly Dorthea Egeland Barbara Lee Maas 

Joanne Atanasoff Gathers Robert Allan Palmgren 

IN THE HISTORY OF ART 

Ruth Palmer Crumlish, with Highest Honors 

IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

Charles Bernhard Johnston, with David Winston Miley 

Honors Otto George Salava 

Charles Babcock McGrew Betty Gene Wade 

IN PAINTING 

Sheldon Lee Berke Joseph John Sabatella 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Herbert Walter Bielawa, with Honors 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Max Edward Baumgardner Vivian Louise Leverenz S 

Kenneth Darrell Baxter, with Herman Earl Lukow 

Honors Edward John Martynowicz 

Joseph Lee Ecoppi Jack Thomas O'Connor 

Bernard William Elsner James Thomas Schuldt 

Leland Merriam Ernst Virginia Mae Sinclair 

Robert Eugene Frala, with Honors James Richard Slagle 
Marilyn Ann Handrock, with Highest Melvin Jack Springer 

Honors George Joseph Strnad 

Edward Allen Hendricks Erna Catherine Westaway, with 
Louis Kachiroubas Honors 

Vivian Hannah Kretshmer, Howard Joseph Frank Workowski 



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IN RECREATION 

David James Brademas, with Honors Jerome James Nagawiecki 
Verna Constance CoRLEY,*with Honors 



THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 

FOR WAR VETERANS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

David Norbert Afton Paul Andre Leschuck 

Carl Ivan Barnhart Frederick Knowles Maxwell 

Gilbert Duke Bartell Joseph Charles Mueller, with Honors 

Maurice J. Biggs Gunther Eric Rothenberg, with 
Thomas Edward Burke Highest Honors in History 

Jean Essary Kenneth Allen Skipworth 

David Griffith Fankhauser Larry Neil Spiller 

James Ray Jackson Richard James Thomas 



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PRIZES AND AWARDS 



Alpha Lambda Delta Prize 
Carol Hesper Seibert 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
George William Riley, Jr. 

American Institute of Architects 
School Medal 

Gunards Hans, First 

Laurence Stockton Higgins, Second 

American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers Prizes 
Robert Harold Hardin 
Ronald Wyatt Potter 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Illinois Section 
Harold Robert Coldwater 
Leonard Ernest Olson 
Central Illinois Section 
Donald Earl Henning 

American Society of Landscape 
Architects Certificate 
Robert Eugene Giltner 

American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers Awards 
Gerald Kenneth Slocum 
Clyde Leroy Young 

Ira O. Baker Prizes in Civil 
Engineering 
Walter Francis Rowland, First 
Robert M. Koscielny, Second 
Paul Anton Kuhn, Second 

Martha Belle Barrett Prize in 
History 

Spencer Hunter Brown 
Virginia Rose Grollemond 

Bryan Prize in Government 
Richard E. O'Leary 

Donald W. Doerscher Memorial 
Award in Philosophy 
Bernice W. Adelson 



Edward C. Earl Prizes in 
Architecture 

In Junior Design 

Richard Einar Nielsen 

In Structural Theory and Design 

Gunards Hans, First 

Robert Lee Wold, Second 

James Walter Liddell, Third 

Eta Kappa Nu Award in 
Electrical Engineering 
Robert Norman Du Fore 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Carl Eugene Schauble 

Harker Prize in Law 
Hollis William Benjamin 

Illinois Society of Professional 
Engineers Awards 
Daniel Martin Herbert 
Walter Francis Rowland 

Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 

Awards 

John Norman Fisher 
Dwight Atherton Mahaffy 
Rodolfo Devera Vergara 

Institute of Radio Engineers 
Award in Electrical 
Engineering 
Robert Harold Hardin 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 
Mary Gertrude Danaher 



Kappa Delta Pi Award in 
Education 
Elaine Kahn Bernsen 

Omicron Nu Plaque in Home 
Economics 
Donna Roese Vetter 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 

Richard Dale Smith, First 
Harry D. Newman, Second 
William Peter Milbratz, Third 
Pak Cheong Woo, Third 






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Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 
Albert Francik 

Edward L. Ryerson Traveling 
Fellowships 

In Architecture 
Benjamin Crane DeCamp 

In Landscape Architecture 
Robert Eugene Giltner 

Abram Leon Sachar Prize in 
History 
Robert W. Zimmerman 

St. Louis Advertising Club 
Awards 
Clara Breckinridge Downs 
Warren Martin Menaker 

Sigma Delta Chi Citation of 
Achievement 
Arlen James Large 



Theta Sigma Phi Award in 
Journalism 
Alice Joan Solomon 

James M. White Memorial Prizes 
in Architecture 

In Theory of Structural Design 
Gunards Hans 
In Working Drawings 
Gunards Hans, First 
Donald Willis Lister, First 
Wendell Burton Parks, First 
Herschel Post, First 
Gordon Alan Flom, Second 
William Peter Milbratz, Second 
Delbert Ray Smith, Second 
Robert Earl Teegardin, Second 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Urbana Departments 



COMMENCEMENT 



PROGRAM 



Memorial Stadium 

SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1955, 10:00 A.M. 



Commencement is an important and meaningful occasion 
to the University, its faculty, and the students who are 
candidates for degrees. In keeping with this feeling, all 
guests and participants are requested to avoid unneces- 
sary conversation or moving about during the exercises. 

No one except duly authorized press and University 
photographers will be permitted to take pictures during 
the exercises. 

First Aid Stations are located in the Stadium be- 
tween Sections I and K, west of the Center of the 
East Great Hall, and in Huff Gymnasium, Room 
116 on the east side of the Gymnasium. 






I 






COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 



ORDER OF EXERCISES 



Professor Leslie Aulls Bryan, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman 
Colonel Harvey Drayton Davidson, U.S.A.F., Marshal 



COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 

International Accord 

The University Concert Band 
Mark H. Hindsley, A.M., Conductor 



PRELUDE 

Allerseelen (All Souls' Day) 

The University Concert Band 



Edwin Frank o Goldman 






Richard Strauss 



SINGING OF "AMERICA" BY THE AUDIENCE 



My country, 'tis of thee, 
Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing ; 
Land where my fathers died, 
Land of the Pilgrims' pride, 
From every mountain-side, 

Let Freedom ring. 



Our fathers' God, to Thee 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing; 
Long may our land be bright 
With Freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 



INVOCATION 

Rabbi Benjamin Z. Rudavsky, A.B., M.H.L. 
Director of B'nai B'rith, Hillel Foundation, Champaign, Illinois 



COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Russell Jay Humbert, B.S., S.T.M., D.D., Litt.D., LL.D. 
President of DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana 

INTERLUDE 

Academic Processional Lloyd Morey 

Hail ! Our University ! Seeking honor to her name, 
To her we will loyal be; Adding glory to her fame; 

Ever faithful to her cause, Here we pledge our full devotion 
Always following her laws ; To our University ! 

The University Concert Band 

The graduates are invited to sing with the band on the choral parts. 

GREETINGS FROM THE ALUMNI 

Charles E. Bowen, B.S. 

Executive Director of the University of Illinois Alumni Association 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

Lloyd Morey, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A., D.Sc, LL.D. 
President of the University 

SINGING OF "AULD LANG SYNE" BY THE AUDIENCE 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind ? 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 
For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 

BENEDICTION 

Rabbi Rudavsky 

POSTLUDE 

Pomp and Circumstance (No. 1) Edward Elgar 

The University Concert Band 



ACADEMIC COSTUMES 



The academic costume, consisting of cap, gown, and hood, originated 
in about the twelfth century. It was primarily worn for warmth. Subse- 
quently, the material of the gown and the lining and shape of the hood 
represented the economic and social as well as the academic status of the 
wearer. 

In the United States the great majority of the academic costumes now 
worn are in accordance with the general provisions of the Intercollegiate 
Code of 1895. Under this code, bachelors' gowns are made with pointed 
sleeves ; masters' gowns are made with long closed sleeves with an arc near 
the bottom and slits for the arms; doctors' gowns are made with round 
open sleeves. All gowns are black. In foreign countries, gowns are of 
various colors. 

Bachelors' and masters' gowns are untrimmed. Doctors' gowns are 
faced down the front with velvet with three velvet bars across the sleeves. 
The facing and bars may be black or they may be the color of the field of 
study. Material of the gown and hood is usually of cotton or worsted for 
the bachelors' gowns and silk for the masters' and doctors' gowns. Gowns 
are worn open, except for the bachelor's which is closed at the top only. 
Women may wear white collars with a bachelor's gown when no hood is 
worn. 

Hoods are also black. The doctor's hood is four feet in length; the 
master's, three and one-half feet; and the bachelor's, three feet. Hoods are 
lined with the official colors of the university. At the University of Illinois, 
these are orange and blue. The border of the hood, which is two inches, 
three inches, and five inches wide for the bachelor's, master's, and doctor's 
degrees respectively, identifies the faculty or department of study to which 
the degree pertains. 

The black mortarboard cap is standard in the United States. Doctors 
wear a gold tassel. Usually all other tassels are black, but where the grad- 
uating seniors do not wear a hood, as at the University of Illinois, the 
color of the cap tassel indicates the department of study. Tassels at the 
University of Illinois are always worn on the left front quarter of the cap. 
Caps are customarily removed only during prayers, and then by men only. 



Official colors for hood borders and cap tassels are as follows: 

Agriculture Maize 

Arts and Letters White 

Commerce and Business Administration Drab 

Dentistry Lilac 

Education Light Blue 

Engineering Orange 

Fine Arts Brown 

Forestry Russet 

Graduate Black 

Humanics Dark Crimson 

Journalism and Communications Black and White 

Law Purple 

Library Science Lemon 

Medicine Green 

Music Pink 

Nursing Apricot 

Oratory Silver Gray 

Pharmacy Olive Green 

Philosophy Blue 

Physical Education Sage Green 

Public Health Salmon 

Science Gold Yellow 

Special Services for War Veterans Orange and Blue 

Theology Scarlet 

Veterinary Medicine Gray 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT 



Leslie A. Bryan, Chairman 
John E. Cribbet 
Charles S. Havens 
Laura J. Huelster 
Anthony J. Janata 



Francis J. Koenig 
Dorothy Litherland 
Stanley H. Pierce 
Edward E. Stafford 
Agnes G. Tandberg 



FACULTY GUIDES 



Gerald M. Almy 
James W. Bayne 
loyd e. boley 
Gibbon Butler 
I. William Cole 
Harvey D. Davidson 
Thomas N. Ewing 
Gilbert C. Finlay 
George T. Frampton 
Tom S. Hamilton 
Daniel F. Hang 
Harold W. Hannah 
Ralph H. Johnson 
Gilbert C. Kettelkamp 
Charles A. Knudson 
Francis J. Koenig 

OSKAR A. KUBITZ 



Dorothy Litherland 
Merten J. Mandeville 
Clifford W. Mendel 
Cyrus E. Palmer 
Theodore B. Peterson 
Joseph A. Russell 
Jesse Sampson 
Edward T. Sanford 
Enid Schnauber 
Jimmy W. Seyler 
Herbert L. Sharp 
James R. Shipley 
Carl E. Skroder 
Fred L. Spalding 
Claude P. Viens 
William D. Warren 
Wayne S. Yenawine 



HOODING COMMITTEE 



Robert B. Browne 
Marietta Stevenson 



Fredrick S. Siebert 
Fred H. Turner 



PRESIDENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS 

Lawrence Richard Chapman 



THE RETIRING FACULTY 

MEMBERS WHO WILL RETIRE SEPTEMBER 1, 1955 

John Alexander, Assistant in French 

William R. Chedsey, Professor of Mining Engineering 

Arthur W. Clevenger, Professor of Education 

Arthur S. Colby, Professor of Pomology 

George H. Dungan, Professor of Crop Production 

Wilber E. Harnish, Associate Professor of Education 

William P. Hayes, Professor of Entomology and Head of the 
Department 

Emil W. Lehmann, Professor of Agricultural Engineering and 
Head of the Department 

Karl B. Lohmann, Professor of City and Regional Planning and 
Head of the Department of City Planning and Landscape 
Architecture 

Edwin J. Manley, Associate in Physical Education for Men 

Lloyd Morey, President of the University and Professor of 
Accountancy 

Wayland M. Parrish, Professor of Speech 

William J. Putnam, Professor of Theoretical and Applied 
Mechanics 

Harry P. Reeves, Instructor in Spanish 

Worth H. Rodebush, Research Professor of Physical Chemistry 

William C. Rose, Research Professor of Biochemistry 

William L. Schwalbe, Professor of Theoretical and Applied 
Mechanics 

Donald R. Taft, Professor of Sociology 

Edith Usry, Professor of Music 

Ernest D. Walker, Associate Professor of Soils Extension and 
Extension Soil Conservationist 

Roeert Bruce Weirick, Associate Professor of English 

George B. Weisiger, Professor of Law 

Roy H. Wilcox, Professor of Farm Management 



Candidates for Degrees June 18, 1955 

The names of the degree candidates appear under their respective colleges 
and departments. The Graduate College is listed first and is followed by 
the undergraduate colleges, schools, and divisions in the order of their 
establishment. 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 

Candidates presented by Oswald Tippo, Ph.D., D.Sc, Dean of the Graduate College 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Milford Kirtland Kellogg, A.B., Washington State College, 1941 ; A.M., Uni- 
versity of Washington, 1952 
Robert Edward Schlosser, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Fred Edward Justus, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 

Ross Anthony Kelly, B.S., M.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1040, 1941 

Malcolm Brice Kirtley, B.S., M.S., University of Missouri, 1941, 1951 

IN AGRONOMY 

Julius Christopher Gideon, B.S., M.S., St. John's College, Agra University, 1932, 

1934; B.T., Spence Training College, Nagpur University, 1936 
Richard Henry Rust, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1950 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Mark Henry Bert, B.S., National College of Agriculture (Lima, Peru), 1946; 

M.S., 1948 
Jay Alden Firth, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 

John Henry Hopper, B.S.A., M.S., University of Arkansas, 1949, 1951 
Samuel George Kahn, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1951; M.S. (Chem.), 

M.S. (An. Nutr.), 1953, 1954 
Robert James Meade, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1949; M.S., 1952 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

James Bond, B.S., 1950; M.S., University of Wyoming, 1951 

Burdette Charles Breidenstein, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1952; M.S., 1953 

Efton Everett Hatfield, B.S.A., University of Arkansas, 1942; M.S., Oklahoma 

Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1949 
Carlos Edward Schoettle, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947; M.S., 1953 
Hakki Shihab Tamimie, B.S., M.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1949, 1950 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 
Harold Lloyd Sadoff, B.Ch.E., University of Minnesota, 1947; M.S., 1952 

IN BUSINESS 
Ibrahim Saad Eldeen Abdalla, B.Com., Fouad First University, 1945; M.S., 1952 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Robert Jennings Beals, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1950 

IN CERAMICS 
Eugene Darrel Lynch, B.S., M.S., 1943, 1945 



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IN CHEMISTRY 

Stacy Alan Aspey, A.B., Reed College, 1950; A.M., 1951 

Lester Earl Coleman, Jr., B.S., University of Akron, 1952; M.S., 1953 

Elsie Gulyas, B.S., University of Chicago, 1935 ; M.S., Purdue University, 1948 

Allan Stuart Hay, B.S., M.S., University of Alberta, 1950, 1952 

Yngve Gust Hendrickson, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 195 1 

Earl Hollinger Hess, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1952 

Richard Lynn Johnson, B.S., Rollins College, 1951; M.S., 1952 

Norman Wayne Kalenda, B.S., University of Michigan, 1951 

James Charles Kauer, B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1951 

Richard Edward Lyle, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1952 

Harold Joseph Matsuguma, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1951; M.S., 1952 

Fred McCollough, Jr., A.B., Wabash College, 1950; M.S., 1952 

Phillips Wesley Robbins, A.B., DePauw University, 1952 

William Paul Samuels, Jr., B.S., M.S., Lehigh University, 1950, 1952 

Richard Allen Sneen, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1952 

Edwin Joseph Strojny, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1951 

Charles Crawford Sweeley, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1952 

Robert Charles Wendt, A.B., North Central College, 195 1 

Sherwood Franklin West, A.B., University of Connecticut, 1952 

Leroy Whitaker, B.S., M.S., North Texas State Teachers College, 1950, 1952 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 
James Milton Massard, B.S., Ohio University, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY 

Euphrosyne Natsi Coughanowr, A.B., University of Thessaloniki (Greece), 
1947; A.M., 1953 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Otis Howard Horton, B.S., New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanical 

Arts, 1941; M.S., University of Missouri, 1947 
Stuart Allan Narrod, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1951 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 
Samuel Hendrik Lombard, B.S., M.S., University of Stellenbosch, 1948, 1950 

IN ECONOMICS 

Virginia McKemie Belt, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1944; A.M., 1948 
Shih-Chen Chen, A.B., Hangchow University, 1934; M.S., 1951 
Maurice Cecil Mackey, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of Alabama, 1949, 1953 
Max DeVoe Richards, M.B.A., Harvard University, 1947 

IN EDUCATION 

Morton Goldman, B.S., Temple University, 1947; M.S., 1950 
James Edward McClellan, Jr., B.S., University of Texas, 1949; A.M., 1953 
Seymour Hirsh Schpoont, B.S., Long Island University, 1949; A.M., New York 
University, 1950 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Lloyd Orlando Brown, Tr., B.E.E., Ohio State University, 1943; M.S., 1950 

Walton Wayne Cannon, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

William Henry Christoffers, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1952 

Meyer Gilden, B.S., M.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1946, 1948 

Robert Clinton Hansen-, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1949; M.S., 1950 

John Burnett Hraba, B.S., University of New Hampshire, 1948; M.Eng., Yale 

University, 1949 
Edward Lawrence McMahon, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1952; 

M.S., 1953 
James Preston Neal, E.E., University of Cincinnati, 1930; M.S., 1950 
Oliver Thomas Purl, B.S. (Gen. Eng.), B.S. (E.E.), M.S., 1948, 1951, 1952 
Nicholas Yaru, B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1944; M.S., 1948 



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IN ENGLISH 

Gene Bennett Hardy, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of Oklahoma, 1947, 1949 
Joseph John Rondy, Jr., Ph.B., St. Viator College, 1937 ; A.M., 1947 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

John El wood McFarlane, A.B., A.M., University of Saskatchewan, 1949, 195 1 
Howard Bliss Petty, Jr., A.B., A.M., 1940, 1943 
John Edward Porter, A.B., M.S., 1941, 1947 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Vasant Ramchandra Bhalerao, B.S., M.S., Benares Hindu University, 1939, 

1941 
Shrinath Sheshgiri Kalbag, B.S., B.S.(Tech.), M.S. (Tech.), University of 

Bombay, 1948, 1950, 1952 
Taketami Sakuragi, Gakushi, Kyoto University, 1950 

IN FRENCH 

Melvin Keith Myers, A.B., University of Chicago, 1943 ; A.M., 1947 

IN GEOLOGY 

Richard Stanton Boardman, B.S., M.S., 1946, 1952 

Barbara Jane Schenck Collins, B.S., Bates College, 195 1 ; A.M., Smith College, 

1953 
Arnold Caverly Mason, B.S., Yale University, 1928; M.S., 1954 
Bruce Warren Nelson, A.B., Harvard College, 1951; M.S., Pennsylvania State 

College, 1954 
Vincent Chester Shepps, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950; M.S., 1952 
William Arthur White, B.S., M.S., 1940, 1947 

IN HISTORY 

Ian Charles Cargill Graham, A.B., University of London, 1949; A.M., 1950 
Dwight Leroy Ling, A.B., A.M., Pennsylvania State College, 1948, 1949 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 
Ruth Marie Baldwin, A.B., Muskingum College, 1939; B.S., A.M., 1940, 1945 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 

Charles Alonzo Lewis, A.B., University of Michigan, 1929; A.M., Wayne Uni- 
versity, 1938 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Robert Todd Gregory, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1942; M.S., Iowa 

State College, 1948 
Richard Frederick King, A.B., Cornell College, 1948; M.S., State University of 

Iowa, 1949 
Ronald Alvin Macauley, A.B., A.M., University of British Columbia, 1949, 195 1 
Michael Anthony Martino, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Chicago, 1950, 1950 
Earl Justin Schweppe, B.S., Missouri Valley College, 1948; M.S., 1951 
Robert Wesley Sloan, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1946; M.S., 1951 
Ray Frederick Spring, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1948; M.S., 1952 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Robert Henry Page, B.S., Ohio University, 1949; M.S., 1951 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Thomas Sherman Noggle, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1951 

IN PHYSICS 

Walter Dale Compton, A.B., Wabash College, 1949; M.S., University of Okla- 
homa, 1 95 1 
Solomon Gartenhaus, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1951 ; M.S., 1953 

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Frederick Harvey Giles, Jr., B.S., Wheaton College (Wheaton, Illinois), 1947; 

M.S., 1948 
John WlLLIAll Kauffman, B.S., George Washington University, 1947; M.S., 

University of Maryland, 1949 
Alan Birk Kuper, B.S., University of Chicago, 1949; M.S., 1952 
Don Bernett Lichtenberg, A.B., New York University, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Frederick Eugene Mills, III, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 
Robert Alan Reitz, B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1949; M.S., 1951 
George Albert Russell, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947; M.S., 

1952 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

James William Osborne, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 
Norman Carl Schenck, B.S., 195 1 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Twiley Wendell Barker, Jr., A.B., Southern University, 1948; A.M., 1949 
Wen-Pin Chen, A.B., National Wu-Han University, 1941; A.M., 1949 
Robert Holt Salisbury, Jr., A.B., Washington and Lee University, 1951 ; A.M., 
1952 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Jerome Christopher Beam, A.B., Knox College, 1951 

Joan Bopp, A.B., Wellesley College, 1946 

Frederik de Wit, A.B., Ohio University, 1950; M.S., Pennsylvania State College, 

195 1 
Joan Sommer Dodge, A.B., Queens College (New York), 1947; A.M., University 

of Connecticut, 1949 
John Thomas Greene, A.B., Wayne University, 1948; A.M., University of 

Oregon, 1952 
John Robert Newman, A.B., M.S., University of Massachusetts, 1950, 1952 
John Emil Nygaard, A.B., College of Wooster, 1950 
Richard Eugene Wienke, B.S., A.M., 1949, 1951 
William August Zimmerman, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1947; M.S., 1951 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Ralph Howard Hines, B.S., A.M., 1949, 1952 

IN SPANISH 

Francine Harriet Frank, A.B., New York University, 1952; A.M., Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1953 
Sol Saporta, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1944; A.M., 1952 

IN SPEECH 

Hubert Victor Cordier, A.B., A.M., Michigan State College, 1939, 1942 

IN STATISTICS 

William Carleton Healy, Jr., B.S.E., M.S., University of Michigan, 1948, 1949 
Wesley Lathrop Nicholson, A.B., A.M., University of Oregon, 1950, 1952 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Prem Narain Mathur, B.S., M.S., University of Delhi, 1944, 1946; M.S. (Aero. 

Eng.), M.S. (T.A.M.), 1950, 1952 
Masaki Sugi, B.Eng., University of Tokyo, 1951; M.S., 1952 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Paul Lopez Brown, B.S., Knoxville College, 1941; M.S., 1948 

David Thurmond Clark, A.B., A.M., University of Nebraska, 1949, 195 1 

Richard William Glade, A.B., College of Wooster, 1950; M.S., 1952 



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Keen Alexander Rafferty, Jr., B.S., University of New Mexico, 1950; M.S., 

I95i 
Fred Newton White, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Houston, 1950, 1951 
David Dewayne Williams, A.B., Hastings College, 1944; M.S., University of 

Nebraska, 1948 
Ayere Yusa, B.S., Marquette University, 1952; M.S., 1953 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

William Kirtley Durr, B.S., M.S., Butler University, 1949, 1951 

Stanley Munson Elam, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1938; A.M., 1942 

Paul Edwin Hemp, B.S., M.S., 1943, 1947 

Ellis Beecher Little, A.B., M.S., 1938, 1944 

Jack Clifford Merwin, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

Lowell McNees Walter, B.S., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947, 1948 ; 

Ed.M., 1952 
Selma Esther Whilt, A.B., University of Washington, 1938; A.M., University 

of Chicago, 1943 

THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DEGREE 

THE DEGREE OF CIVIL ENGINEER 
Louis Henry Kristof, B.S., 1937 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Angela Gregory, B.A.E., School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1954 

IN CHEMISTRY 
William Earnest Bull, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1954 

IN CLASSICS 

Thomas Arthur Brooks, B.S., Northwestern University, 1954 

IN ECONOMICS 
Charles William Meyer, A.B., 1954 

IN EDUCATION 

Musari Hasan Al-Rawi, A.B., American University of Beirut, 1952 
Mary Dolores Durkin, B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College, 1949 

IN ENGLISH 

Angela Carroll Elliston, A.B., 1954 

Dorothy Ellen Smiley Lyle, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1952 

Esther Kwang-Tzu Tan, A.B., 1954 

Mary Ellen Ward, A.B., Mundelein College, 195 1 

IN FRENCH 

Edward Armand Filiault, A.B., University of Massachusetts, 1954 

John Lee Glenn, A.B., A.M., State University of Iowa, 1943, 1953 

William Henry Lessard, A.B., Loyola University (New Orleans, Louisiana), 

1953 
Phyllis Coventry Shepherd, A.B., 1953 
Josephine Pauline Smania, A.B., 1953 



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IN GEOGRAPHY 
George Riley Stoops, A.B., Antioch College, 1954 

IN HISTORY 

Jack Junior Nortrup, A.B., Illinois College, 1954 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Yuan Shih Chow, B.S., National University of Chekiang, 1949 

Morris Wolfe Katz, A.B., McMaster University, 1954 

Marvin Isadore Knopp, B.S., 1954 

John William Toole, A.B., Harvard University, 1946; A.M., University of 

Maine, 1948 
Edwin Frederick Wilde, Jr., B.S., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952, 

1953 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

John Richard Bosworth, A.B., 1953 

Nels Dwight Enberg, A.B., LaVerne College, 1944; B.D., Bethany Biblical 

Seminary, 1947 
Thomas Neill, Jr., A.B., University of Rochester, 1952; A.M., 1953 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

William Linn Day, B.S., 1934 

Mohammed Hossein Farrokh Pars, A.B., University of Tehran, 1937; Diploma, 

Exeter University, 1939 
Victor Kenneth Heyman, A.B., Washington University, 1954 
Ihor Kamenetsky, A.B., Williams College, 1952 
William Thomas McClure, Jr., A.B., 1954 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

William George Layton, A.B., Coe College, 1953 

Donald Ray Shaw, A.B., 1951 

Donald Lloyd Tollefson, A.B., DePauw University, 1953 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Walter Harrison Eller, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1950 
Dorothy Neder Ephgrave, A.B., 1952 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Max Raymond Culver, A.B., Capital University, 1949; B.D., Evangelical Lutheran 

Seminary, 1952 
Richard Francis Hangren, A.B., 1954 
Henry Evers Jacobs, University of Chicago 
Suzanne Schlenker, A.B., 1953 
Bernard Alan Thorsell, B.S., 1949 

IN SPEECH 
John Cameron Ahart, A.B., Marietta College, 1954 

IN STATISTICS 

Yasuo Hirano, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1950 

Benjamin Henry McLemore, Jr., A.B., Dillard University, 1944; M.S., 1952 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Robert Sokan, A.B., St. Procopius College, 1954 
Janet Louise Stearn, A.B., 1953 



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IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Edward Ben Barnes, Jr., A.B., Tougaloo College, 1952 

Wendall Lee Baumgartner, B.S., 1950 

John Alvin Davis, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1950 

Gladys Marie Dodd, A.B., 1953 

William James Langas, A.B., 1954 

Donald F. Marsik, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 

Donald Earl McClanahan, A.B., 1954 

Ernest Eickelmann Shepard, A.B., 1953 

Yoshiko Yamane, A.B., Keio University, 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Theron Ronald Beeson, A.B., 195 1 

Phayom Bhavilai, Higher Diploma, University of Thammasat (Thailand), 1951 

Martin Nathan Colton, B.S., Municipal University of Omaha, 1951 

Philip Eugene Fess, B.S., Miami University, 1953 

Harold Breese Lawler, B.S., 1951 

Panas Simasathien, A.B., Claremont Men's College, 1954 

Suthee Singhasaneh, Higher Diploma, University of Thammasat (Thailand), 

I950 
Per Olov Wicknertz, Civilekonom, Gothenburg University of Commerce, 1950 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 
Robert Lloyd Orem, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Dale Keith Colyer, B.S., 1954 
Donald Ray Davidson, B.S., 1947 
James Roberts Holbert, B.S., 1950 
Earl Rudolph Taute, B.S., 1954 
Walter Lewis Wheeler, B.S., 1943 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

Arthur Noble Singh, B.S., University of Allahabad, 1943 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Wilmot Wheeler Irish, B.S., University of Vermont and State Agricultural 
College, 1950 

IN AGRONOMY 

Roger Lee Courson, B.S., 1953 
Paul Dorris Kermicle, B.S., 1954 
Arthur Junior Lappin, B.S., 1951 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Nissan Tibor Rand, B.S., Cornell University, 1954 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

William Gaither, Jr., B.S., 1954 
Lowell Curtis Sims, B.S., 1951 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Howard Carl Dutzi, B.S., 1953 

Ronald Alexander Maina, B.S., 1952 

Floyd Miller Zarbock, B.Arch., University of Michigan, 1954 



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IN ARCHITECTURE 

Michael Stanley Bittner, Jr., B.Arch., Washington University, 1953 

Robert Durland Chaney, B.S., 1952 

Frank Illtyd Jenkins, B.Arch., King's College, 1951; A.M., University of 

Durham, 1953 
Jim Kazuo Maeda, B.S., 1954 

George Weitzel McCauley, Jr., B.Arch., Catholic University of America, 1946 
Donald Emil Sporleder, B.S., 1953 
Earl Simcox Swensson, B.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1952, 1953 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 
Nina Ruth Evans, A.B., Lake Erie College, 1953 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 
Grover John D. Schack, B.S., 1950 

IN BOTANY 

Phyllis Stephenson Bergman, A.B., Wheaton College (Norton, Massachusetts), 

1952 
Richard Alan Pamplin, B.S., University of Akron, 1952 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Robert Eugene Cowan, B.S., 1954 

Irwin Kenneth Holdener, B.S., Iowa State College, 1949 

Victor Joseph Tennery, B.S., 1954 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Arnold Mixon Benson, Jr., B.Ch.E., City College of New York, 1953 
Richard Edward Harder, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1953 
Leland Bishop Miller, Jr., B.S., 1954 
Robert Raymond Wiederkehr, B.S., 1953 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Sharon Erickson Aaland, B.S., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1951 

Saad Abdul-Baki Al-Rawi, A.B., American University of Beirut, 1952 

Claire Mary Gerbeck, B.S., Mundelein College, 1954 

Suzanna Goodyear, A.B., Earlham College, 1953 

Thirumalusubbu Muniyappan, B.S., B.S. (Honours), A.M., Presidency College, 

1943, 1945, 1947 
Louis Harold Schliselfeld, B.S., 1953 
Nenita Benito Tomas, B.S., Adamson University, 1950 

IN CITY PLANNING 
Miriam White Schmitt, B.S., 1947 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Bruno Antonovitz, B.S., Michigan State College, 1954 

Robert Lawrence Bangert, B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1946 

Thomas James Byrne, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954 

Paul Steven Chiado, B.S., University of New Mexico, 1952 

Robert Alexander Collins, B.A.Sc, University of Toronto, 1954 

Edward Olin Coursen, B.S., The Citadel, 1948 

Melvin Thomas Davisson, B.C.E., University of Akron, 1954 

Dhirubhai Nagarji Desai, B.E., Gujaret University, 1952 

David St. Pierre DuBose, Jr., B.S., Duke University, 1954 

George Chong-Chi Fan, B.S., Stanford University, 1054 

Joe Genualdi, B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1951 



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Alfonso Golderos, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 1953 

Peter Eldon Grafton, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 

Jesus Santos Hipolito, B.S., National University (Manila, Philippine Islands), 

1948 
Rajendra Prasad Jain, B.C.E., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1954 
Leonard Kaplan, B.C.E., City College of New York, 1952 
Kenneth Warren Lichtenheld, B.S., Purdue University, 1954 
John Louie, B.C.E., University of Delaware, 1951 
Dolly Love Marsh, B.Arch., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1952 
Peter John Moore, B.E., University of Sydney, 1952 

Govindappa Nallakrishnan, Licentiate in Civil Engineering, College of Engi- 
neering (Madras), 1950 
William Jit Thye Ng, B.S., University of Hong Kong, 1950 
Joe Maurice Palmer, B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1943 
Harvey Paul Pittelko, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1955 
John Rutledge, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Roy Sotoku Shimabukuro, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1952 
Louis Gaylor Sleeper, B.S., University of New Mexico, 1953 
Ernesto Gonzalez Tabujara, B.S., University of the Philippines, 1952 
John Edward Taylor, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954 
Paul Donald Triem, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Kwang-Nan Tuan, B.S., 1953 
Ramon Franklin Vogel, B.S., 1935 

Edward Kagao Watanabe, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1950 
Charles Leroy Wilkinson, B.S., West Virginia University, 1951 
Raymond Frank Wojcieszak, B.S., 1953 
Wu Mei Yao, B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1953 

IN ECONOMICS 

Nai Ruenn Chen, A.B., National Taiwan University, 1950 
Theodore Kelz, B.S., 1951 

IN EDUCATION 

Maynard Lawrence Boudreau, B.S., 1943 

Kenneth James Condit, B.S., 1949 

Marcelino Gonzalez, B.S., 1947 

Barbara Joanne Jones, B.S., Western Michigan College of Education, 1946 

Kenneth James Thornton, B.S., 1949 

IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Cedric Arnold Benson, B.S., 1954 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Algirdas Anthony Avizienis, B.S., 1954 

Curtis Beecher Bendell, B.S., 1951 

David Grayson Berry, B.S., 1954 

Jose Ignacio Caicoya, Graduate, Naval Academy (Cadiz, Spain), 1943 

Bill Howard Driggers, A.B., Evansville College, 1950 

Edgar Junior Dunn, B.S., 1952 

Robert Harold Hardin, B.S., 1954 

Joseph Preston Hatfield, B.S., Virginia Military Institute, 1952 

Jay Sanford Ittleson, B.S., Newark College of Engineering, 195 1 

Michael Euripides Kazantsis, Elec. and Mech. Engr., Technical University of 

Athens, 1951 
Claude Granville King, Jr., B.S., State University of Iowa, 1954 
Donald Earl Le Brun, B.S., Tulane University, 1951 
Ruey-Wen Liu, B.S., 1954 
Glenn Ashwell Oliver, B.S., 195 1 
Carl Henry Osterbrock, E.E., University of Cincinnati, 1954 



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Charles Edward Pallas, B.S., Iowa State College, 1952 
Francis Joseph Pulitano, B.E.E., Villanova University, 1954 
Roger Rountree Trapp, B.S., 1951 
Asser Ali Zaky, B.S., Alexandria University, 1954 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Manfred David Engelmann, B.S., Northwestern University, 1953 
Tames Byron Lovell, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1950 
Robert Takaichi Yamamoto, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1953 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 
Robert Gordon Pippitt, A.B., College of the Pacific, 1950 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

James William Bullock, B.S., 1950 

James Edward Wrathall, A.B., University of Birmingham (England), 1953; 
A.M., Indiana University, 1954 

IN GEOLOGY 

George Donald Brown, Jr., B.S., St. Joseph's College, 1953 

Robert Lee Brownfield, A.B., St. Mary's College, 1942; B.S., St. Louis Univer- 
sity, 1950 

Lorence Gene Collins, B.S., 1953 

George Allan Dickie, B.S., Kent State University, 1954 

John Richard Dyni, B.S., Wayne University, 1953 

Margaret Jennifer Lucas, A.B., Oxford University, 1954 

William Frank Miller, A.B., University of Dayton, 1951 ; B.S., St. Joseph's 
College, 1954 

Joseph Charles Mueller, B.S., 1954 

Robert Francis Sitler, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1953 

Richard Marion Winar, B.S., 1953 

Eugene Anthony Ziemba, B.S., St. Joseph's College, 1953 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 
Arthur Sheedy, B.S., University of Ottawa, 1954 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Helen Lucille Haughton, B.S., 1937 

Janet Adele Nesbitt, B.S., 1951 

Sara Calfee Porter, B.S., Radford College, 1938 

IN HORTICULTURE 
Robert Lee Gonderman, B.S., Washington State College, 1948 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Theodora Anne Andrews, B.S., Purdue University, 1953 
Marilee Katherine Born, A.B., University of Iowa, 1945 
Mary Josephine Carney, A.B., College of St. Francis, 1946 
Pauline Anne Cianciolo, A.B., Cardinal Stritch College, 1951 
Anne Zanier Downs, A.B., University of Arizona, 1952 
Donell John Gaertner, A.B., Washington University, 1954 
Olga Egger Griminger, B.S., 1954 
Mary Emelin Hammons, B.S., 1949 
Betty Ruth Hartbank, B.S., 1954 
Ann Louise Makosky, A.B., Occidental College, 195 1 



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Sabron Louise Reynolds, A.B., Earlham College, 1953 
Shirley Rosin, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1951 
Kenneth Waldean Steider, A.B., Goshen College, 1951 
Marilyn Ann Vorse, A.B., Wilmington College, 1954 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Robert Francis Pike, Graduate, United States Air Force Institute of Technology, 

195 1 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Arthur Benjamin Ahlgrim, B.S., Beloit College, 1951 

Walter Scott Bartky, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954 

Jerome Herman Fishel, B.S., Western Reserve University, 1948 

Frank Lukenbill Jenkins, B.S., 1951 

Kenneth Wayne Kolence, B.S., 1953 

Raymond Edward Miller, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1950; B.S., 1954 

Joseph Harold Oppenheim, B.S., University of Chicago, 1954 

Ralph Newell Townsend, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1953 

James Walker, A.B., 1954 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Herman Francis Behls, B.S., 1952 

John Clark Chato, M.E., University of Cincinnati, 1954 

Donald William Cunningham, B.S., University of Denver, 1950 

Seymour Jaye, B.S., 1954 

Hsin Lang Li, B.S.E., University of Michigan, 1954 

Helmut Eskuche Lorber, B.S., University of Santa Maria, 1953 

Donald William McGrue, B.S., 1953 

Garland Young Smith, B.S., 1951 

Oliver Jay Smith, B.S., 1954 

Ronald LeRoy Smoot, B.S., 1953 

Cheng Chih Tsung, B.S.E., University of Michigan, 1954 

Chen Yuan Wu, B.S., Gonzaga University, 1954 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Ven Young Doo, B.S., College of Ordnance Engineering (China), 1944 
William Edward Heitmann, B.S., 1953 

IN MINING ENGINEERING 
Tommy Stanley Ullom, B.S., 1954 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Kermit Townsend Breen, B.S., 1954 

David Oliver Brown, B.S., 1954 

Gerald David Burakoff, B.S., State Teachers College (Fredonia, New York), 

1954 
Jacquelyn Brown Cook, B.S., 1954 

David John Ernest, B.Mus.Ed., Chicago Musical College, 1953 
Clifford Herbert Johnson, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 195 1 
Evelyn Marie Lange, B.Mus.Ed., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1954 
Clare Siewert Mackey, B.S., 1955 

James Robert Minser, B.Mus.Ed., University of Wichita, 1950 
Jantina Johanna Noorman, B.S., 1953 

Marilyn Ruth Pflederer, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1951 
Charles David Pierce, B.S., 1954 
Sally Emrich Pierce, B.S., 1953 

Bennett Reimer, B.S., State Teachers College (Fredonia, New York), 1954 
James Rodney Roberts, B.S., East Carolina College, 1950 
George Wesley Sell, B.S., State Teachers College (West Chester, Pennsylvania), 

1952 
Derwood Joseph Shiplett, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 
Robert Clifford Smith, B.S., 1952 



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Richard James Suddendorf, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1952 
Elwood James Willey, B.Mus.Ed., Cornell College, 1950 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Charles Christian Doenecke, A.B., DePauw University, 1954 

Carl Ray Kight, B.S., Northwestern State College, 1954 

H. Charles Shultz, B.S., State Teachers College (Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania), 

1954 
Robert Melvin Sullivan, B.S., 1953 

IN PHYSICS 

Reuben William Aboudi, B.S., M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1952, 

1953 
Alan Blankfield, B.S., 1954 

Carl Nelson Cederstrand, B.S., George Washington University, 1953 
Adrian Vaughn Clark, A.B., University of Louisville, 1951 
Mary Elizabeth Cunningham, A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1953 
Gloria Winkel de Wit, B.S., 1954 

Ronald Fuchs, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1954 
Lorenzo Philip Greene, B.S., Howard University, 1952 
Howard Roscoe Hart, Jr., B.Eng.Phys., Cornell University, 1952 
David William Lynch, B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1954 
Robert Lee Mieher, B.S., 1954 
Yau Chien Tang, B.S., National Chiao-Tung University, 1948; M.S., 1950 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Marie Gatsch, B.S., Duke University, 1953 

Melvin Leonard Goldberg, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1954 

Leroy Jerome Hirsch, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1953 

Deane Anne Houlahan, A.B., Ripon College, 1951 

Caressa Yearous Lauer, A.B., North Central College, 1948 

Morton Miller, B.S., 1953 

Vera Mae Orsborn, B.S., 1952 

William Francis Sammartino, A.B., Brown University, 1953 

Nick Sperelakis, B.S., 1954 

Ivan Stearns, A.B., A.M., Bowling Green State University, 1950, 1954 

Donald Victor Stribolt, B.S., 1953 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Orio Ciferri, D.Chem., University of Pavia, 1954 

Harry James Krueger, B.S., 1953 

Paul Joseph Sllvinski, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

IN RECREATION 

David James Brademas, B.S., 1954 

John Alban Montgomery, A.B., University of California, 195 1 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 
Ruth Ann Ferris, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Roy Eugene Cameron, B.S., 1952 

Grace Carol Feldman, B.S., 1954 

Donald Ray Garren, B.S., Eureka College, 1954 

Harlan Gene Hettmansberger, B.S., 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Robert Joseph Jenicek, A.B., Carroll College, 1950 
Phillip Ronald Rendone, B.S., 1951 



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IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Daniel Bo-Yen Chen, B.S., Louisiana State University, 1953 

Ennis Clement Whitehead, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Donald Alexander Willigan, B.S., University of Manitoba, 1948; D.V.M., 
Ontario Veterinary College, 1952 

IN ZOOLOGY 

James Wayne Campbell, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1953 

Howard Eugene Holzman, B.S., 1954 

Ross J. Miller, B.S., 1949 

Diane Sheaffer, A.B., Wheaton College (Norton, Massachusetts), 1953 

Vernon DeForest Stotts, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1953 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Lynne Karen Belville, B.Mus., State University of Iowa, 1953 

Derry Ruth Deane, B.Mus., Eastman School of Music, 1952 

Dwight Emery Dyer, B.Mus. Ed., University of Oklahoma, 1951; M.S., 1954 

Myron Samuel Fink, B.Mus., 1954 

Faye Alice Gill, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1954 

John Bradford Haney, B.Mus., 1954 

Mary Laura Johnson, A.B., Knox College, 1953 

Richard Ellis Krause, B.Mus., Baldwin-Wallace College, 1952 

Paul William Lyddon, Jr., B.Mus., Eastman School of Music, 1954 

Virginia Alice Metzger, B.Mus., Oberlin College, 1954 

Virginia Mary Starr, B.Mus., University of Denver, 1948 

Ronald Lee Tarr, A.B., University of Washington, 1954 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Ethel Cecilia Alikpala, A.B., B.S., St. Theresa's College, 1952, 1953 

George David Aurand, A.B., Coe College, 1950 

Rhea Eileen Baker, A.B., 1953 

Robert Milton Beckwith, B.S., 1951 

Daniel Mansfield Brauer, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1954 

Annette Tolly Buesking, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

William Arthur Carlson, B.S., 195 1 

Arthur Carlton, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

Mary Josephine Baker Clapp, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1936 

George Wilford Cossman, B.S., 1954 

Francis Perry Dawson, B.S., Purdue University, 1950 

Elizabeth Kerr de Wit, B.S., 1952 

William Russell Dowell, A.B., Carthage College, 1950 

Robert Edwin Drew, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Donald Lee Elmore, B.S., Culver-Stockton College, 1952 

Carolyn Phelps Emsing, B.S., 1940 

Bruce Aaron Enselman, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

Charles T. Finney, Jr., B.S., Stout Institute, 1941 

Marilyn Miller Georgiadis, B.Ed., State Teachers College (New Platz, New 

York), 1948 
Milton Carl Geuther, B.S., 1932 
Michele Grant, B.S., Lincoln University, 1952 
Virginia Mae Green, A.B., Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College (Pine 

Bluff, Arkansas), 1950 
John Hardin Greene, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1952 



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Raymond E. Harris, A.B., Eureka College, 1953 

Agnes Meece Harshbarger, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1942 

Fred Tillman Hash, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

Vernon Dale Hedges, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 

Calvin Richard Heitholt, B.S., Quincy College, 1950 

Anne Laurie Henderson, B.S., Bowling Green State University, 1950 

Luella Grace Holtzclaw, A.B., Canterbury College, 1946 

Glenna Kentner Hughes, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Kenneth Bernell Hughes, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

William Henry Hull, B.S., Nebraska State Teachers College (Wayne), 1941 

Edward Mark Hyde, A.B., Tufts College, 1951 

Carrie Hayes Jones, B.S., Tuskegee Institute, 1954 

Charles Lindbergh King, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1952 

John King, A.B., Knox College, 1950 

Walter Eugene Lamberton, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Anne Shapiro Lippold, B.S., 1952 

James David Mani, B.S., Wisconsin State College, 1952 

Ellen Yasue Masuno, B.S., 1954 

Chester John Michna, B.S., 1951 

Dean Earl Mullen, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1948 

Ethel Eva Myers, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1944 

Mary Sigrid Myers, B.S.. Southern Illinois University, 1954 

James Duane Oldfield, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1952 

John Robert Palmer, A.B., Knox College, 1949 

Mary Leota Ball Payne, B.S., Northwestern State College, 1946 

Elmer C. Pepin, A.B., St. Viator College, 1939 

Alpha Domenico Perfetti, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948; M.S., 1949 

Marilyn Reed Perkins, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 

Kenneth Poole, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1945 

Joan Frances Posateri, A.B., 1953 

Paul William Repke, B.S., 1952 

Joan Marie Ross, A.B., 195 1 

Robert Gayle Rutledge, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 195 1 

Thomas William Simmons, B.S., Tuskegee Institute, 1944 

Gordon Roy Stone, B.S., Greenville College, 1954 

Edward James Sweeney, A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1954 

Antonio Villavert Tanchuan, B.S.E., National Teachers College (Manila, 
Philippine Islands), 1947 

Merle Emerson Taylor, B.S., Bowling Green State University, 1950 

Henry Harry Tellerman, A.B., Wheaton College (Wheaton, Illinois), 1954 

William Otha Thomas, B.S., Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College 
(Pine Bluff, Arkansas), 1939 

Donald Kahle Trumbull, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1954 

Louis James Valverde, A.B., Mankato State College, 1951; B.S., Southern Illi- 
nois University, 1952 

Ann Starr Vegors, A.B., University of Michigan, 1948 

Joseph Emil Vizek, B.S., 1951 

Maurice Lee Watkins, B.S., 1949 

Irma Jean Wessels, A.B., Bob Jones University, 1951 

Raymond Edwin Wilken, B.S., 1950 

Maurice Eugene Wilson, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

George Thomas Wright, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1952 

Rose Marie Young, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK 

Richard John Anderson, A.B., University of Denver, 1950 
Dorothy Pauline Burt Armstrong, B.S., 1926 



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Adeline Conrad Artigues, A.B., St. Mary's Dominican College, 1929 

Dolores Amanda Brownlee, A.B., 1953 

Dorothy Jean Demaree Chittenden, B.S., 1952 

Joyce Donner Filip, A.B., 1953 

Donald Roy Franke, B.Ed., Wisconsin State College (Whitewater), 1953 

Sol Frankel, B.S., M.S., George Williams College, 1950, 1952 

Eunice Roberta Heyne, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1951 

Donald Hutchings, A.B., Wheaton College (Wheaton, Illinois), 1949 

Edith Berta Kohlhagen, A.B., 1952 

Alice Carroll Redfearn, A.B., 1949 

Frances June Rogers, A.B., Alabama College, 1948 

Julia Ann Spenney, A.B., Adelphi College, 1949 

Joseph Walton Van Kirk, A.B., Colorado College, 1949 

Leon Harvey White, B.S., 1944 

Jerome Sheldon Witkovsky, B.S., George Williams College, 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

John Hannah, B.F.A., University of Buffalo, 1952 
Walter Hollis Stevens, B.F.A., Drake University, 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWS 

Marvin Herbert Schein, B.S., LL.B., University of Maryland, 1951, 1954 
Sarah Esther Torres- Peralta, B.S.S., LL.B., University of Puerto Rico, 1946, 
1949 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Carl Ernest Dannenfeldt, B.S., Indiana University, 1935; M.S., 1944 

Guss Louis Grimm, B.Mus., Grinnell College, 1938; M.Mus.Ed., Ed.M., University 

of Kansas, 1949, 1949 
Charles Leonard Hayes, A.B., Leland College, 1947; Ed.M., Loyola University 

(Chicago, Illinois), 1949 
James William Holaday, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949; M.S., 1952 
Elizabeth Little Kell, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950; Ed.M., 1953 
Arlyn Ray Lober, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1951 

Roberta Lee Poos, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927; A.M., 1935 
Euthymios Theothoros Theothoropoulos, A.M., University of Chicago, 1954 
William Karl Williams, A.B., McKendree College, 1948; A.M., University of 

New Mexico, 1950 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Boey Yap, B.Mus., B.Mus.Ed., M.Mus.Ed., Millikin University, 1949, 1949, 1954 



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HONORS 

Candidates presented by Henning Larsen, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Provost of the University 

CO-VALEDICTORIANS 

Jo Ann Davidson, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 
Olive Irene Durham, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Spanish 

CO-SALUTATORIANS 

M. Gail Furnall, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Constance Memory Kull, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Raymond Edward Larson, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 

BRONZE TABLET 

Charles Jack Andrews, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Parker Holmes Badger, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Hale Carlyle Bartlett, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Administration 

Frank Louis Battuello, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Donald Lester Bitzer, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Jo Ann Davidson, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

"Olive Irene Durham, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Spanish 

LeRoy Fred Engel, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Samuel Davidson Evans, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Sam Howard Frankel, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 

M. Gail Furnall, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Leonard Baldwin Graiff, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Dolores Jean Holmes, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 

Edwin George Jackson, Jr., Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering 

Diane Lee Johnson, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Social Studies 

Arthur Leroy Kistner, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Doris Anne Knox, Bachelor of Science in Music Education 

Doris Ann Krull, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Constance Memory Kull, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Raymond Edward Larson, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 

Lloyd Allen Leffers, Bachelor of Architecture 

William Wayne Lichtenberger, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

James Richard Meyer, Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine 

George Elmer Milum, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Arthur Donald Nordenberg, Bachelor of Science in Economics 

Martha Louise Parker, Bachelor of Music 

Margot Rebhun, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of French 

Sandra Fay Romanoff, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 

Kenneth Rose, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 

LaVaun Adele Schild, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 

Irvin Darrow Smith, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Larry Duane Smith, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Louis Smiley Stahlman, Bachelor of Science in Economics 

James Michael Stanton, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Gene Elaine Stimart, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 

James Byron Swan, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

Carol Krause Umbach, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics Education 

Mary Carol Waxler, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Joyce Ann Wiese, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 

Ruth Ellen Wylie, Bachelor of Science in Physical Education 

Keith Ainsworth Yarborough, Bachelor of Science in Sanitary Engineering 

Chung Sul Youn, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 

Mary Ellen Young, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



Candidates presented by Louis Bradley Howard, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Agriculture 



D.Sc. 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AGRICULTURE 



Vernon John Albright 
Benton Charles Allen, Jr. 
Morten Hans Anderson 
John Edward Attebery 
Robert William Baalman, with 

Honors 
William Douglas Baird 
Clyde Lewis Barth 
George Louis Bauer, Jr., with Honors 
John Francis Beatty 
Wayne Ruel Becker 
Arthur Herman Beckman 
Emily Louise Beggs 
Nancy Jean Black 
Richard Edwin Bray 
Marion Francis Brink 
Richard Julian Brown, with Honors 
Lloyd Dean Bryant 
Dean Thomas Buckner 
William Vander Burgess 
Woodruff Arthur Burt 
Robert Elmer Burwell 
Jack Allen Campbell 
Roger Keith Carlson, with Honors 
John William Chesnut 
William Donald Clapp, with Honors 
Kenneth Gene Comer 
Donald Frank Cook 
Dewey Gene Craig 
William Carroll Cunningham 
Bruce Roderick Dempsey 
Richard Sam Dick, with High Honors 
Teddy Lee Dickman 
Merle Kenneth Dunn 
Richard David Duvick, with Honors 
Ralph Jerome Edwards, with High 

Honors 
Jon Francis Ellis 
Herbert Manfrid Engdahl, Jr. 
Charles Richard Engelhardt, with 

High Honors 
Raundle Ray Ericson 
James Gibson Esarey 
Samuel Davidson Evans, with Honors 
Wayne Franklin Ewbank, with 

Honors 
Roy Thomas Fenstermaker 
Donnelly Joseph Fitzpatrick 
Duane William Florschuetz 
Donald Ray Foley 
Max Vernon Fulling 
Ira Leonard Gardner 
Clyde Everett German 



Terry Ray Greathouse 

Duane Keith Hanly 

William Paul Harrison 

Frederick Donald Hartmann 

Earl Homer Heal 

Verlan Walter Heberer, with Honors 

Donald Herman Heberlein 

Elmer George Holhubner 

Robert William Hollow ay, with 

Honors 
John Bert Hoyt 
Ralph Louis Judson 
George Kasper, Jr. 
Dan D. Kern 
David Lyle King 
Emil Ernest Kubalek 
Donald Edward Kuhlman 
Robert Earl Lahne 
Irvin Ronald Lawfer 
Ivan Donald Lawfer 
Thomas Oliver Leigh 
Robert Kenneth Lekberg 
Paul Robert Luedke 
Donald Eugene Maguire 
William Henry Mallory 
Frederick Lee Mann 
Richard Winsett Mauntel 
James Robert McCoy 
William Donald McGee 
Gerald Eugene McKay 
Richard Waldo Meeks 
Emanuel Otto Melichar 
John DeWitt Mersereau 
Donald Rudolph Mielke 
James Frederick Miller, with High 

Honors 
Kenneth Wayne Miller 
Larry Howard Miller 
Merle Stanley Miller 
Wayne Ike Mills 
Charles Hadley Morine 
Carl Edward Moulton, Jr. 
Joseph Marion Neill 
James Fredric Niss 
George A. Piper, Jr. 
Paul Wayne Postlewaite 
Richard Clarence Rayburn 
Robert Joseph Reynek 
Walter Ray Richner 
Donald Stuart Robertson 
Gordon Lee Ropp 
Edward Joseph Rowley 



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Edward Christ Arthur Runge, with 

Honors 
Hershel Dwain Sanders 
William Fred Schaller 
Bruce Maynard Schildt 
Melvin Jacob Schlueter 
Fred Oertel Schneider 
Russell Lee Schnepper 
Lee Frederick Schrader, with High 

Honors 
Walter Max Shaw 
Richard Henry Simms 
David Emil Sirp 

Irvin Darrow Smith, with Honors 
Ronald Gene Smith 
Irving Clarence Stansell 
James Harold Stevenson 
David William Stolz 
Forest Clyde Storm, with High 

Honors 



Bobby Gene Story 

James Byron Swan, with High Honors 

Walter Lawrence Tarleton 

Gale Dean Taylor 

Anibal Torres 

Lyle Franklin Truckenbrod 

John Carver Turner 

Joseph William Umbach 

Walter Eugene Van Winkle 

Bruce Henry Verkruyse 

Richard Edmund Vial, with Honors 

Gordon Elliott Wakey 

Howard Neale Wallace 

Harold Lawrence Walter 

Walter Wallace Watts 

William Nicholas Weber 

Bertram David Williams, Jr. 

Edwin William Wolfer 

Rex Lee Wright 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



Stanley Richard Nelson 



Robert James Peterson 



IN FLORICULTURE 



Marvin Clarence Carbonneau, with 

Honors 
Waldo Charles Donaho 
Ronald Duan Konzak, with Honors 



Richard William Malmgren 
John Daniel Walter 
Richard William Zander 



IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 



William King Baker, with High 
Honors 



Edward Leo Ghidotti 
David Jacoby, with Honors 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Judith Elisabeth Beatty 
Charlene Rose Biedo, with Honors 
Carolyn Anne Blackard 
Virginia Louise Blevins 
Elizabeth Jane Brown 
Donna Carol Cadwallader 
Carolyn Campbell 
Carole Ann Clark 
Jean Ringenberg Dietemann 
Jean Anne Dinsdale, with Honors 
Joan Drucker 
Marjorie Matilda Headley 
Carmelita Edith Konzen 
Betty Ann Lee 
Patricia Gordon Lowy 
Anne Elizabeth Meldrum 
Marian Diamond Michaels 
Lynn Greenfield Miller 
Virginia Grace Nausedas 
Martha Jane Peters 
Betty Marie Priggie 



Eha Leide Pukk 
Margaret Louise Ray 
Marcia Harriet Robinett 
Margaret Jean Roeder 
Dorothy Anne Rosecrans 
Helen Marie Rossetti 
Rita Irene Schertz 
Florence Udelson Schwartz 
Amelia Frances Sisul 
Velma Grace Sleight 
Carol Jean Spoerl 
Judith Ann Starsky 
Gene Elaine Stimart, with High 

Honors 
Barbara Turner 
Mary Joanne Vibert 
Claire Mae Vogt 
Joan Marie Warp 
Jane Lois Weigand 
Donna Wilson, with Honors 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Phyllis Jean Birtwell 

Carolyn Louise Brewer, with Honors 

Pearl Ann Hanebutt 

Delores Ann Hickman, with Honors 



Lois Ruth Jett, with Honors 
Frances Clauser Johnson 
Marilyn Jean Kerchenfaut 
Adele Haven Leskera 



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Corinne Maloney, with Honors 
Sarah Louise Mefford 
Willa Nell Mitchell 
Carol Louise Moyer 
Ann Nemeroff 
Elizabeth Jean Oakes 
Betty Jo Robinson 



Audrey Ann Swanson 

Geraldine Lois Taymor, with High 

Honors 
Carole Jean Truckenbrod 
Carol Krause Umbach, with High 

Honors 
Janice Lurelle Whitaker 



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THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Candidates presented by William Littell Everitt, E.E., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Engineering 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Larry Eugene Allen 
James Harold Baker 
Gerald Thaddeus Chrusciel 
Fred Alan Cohan 
Robert Taylor Gruner 
Paul Abraham Ikhtiari 
Jack Yukeo Koga 
Raymond Matthew Kramer 



James Frank Kuczma 

Joseph William Malleck 

Frank Gilbert Morton 

Fred Samuel Snyder, Jr., with High 

Honors 
Charles Gerald Thomas 
Robert Dalton Turner 
William Beatty Walcott 



Clyde Lewis Barth 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Lloyd William Curry 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



Roger Thomas Arnold 
Harold Raymond Bennett 



Russell Lee Bolton 

Harry Wellington Carpenter, Jr. 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Theodore Wayne Anderson 
Wayne Merle Barker 
Joseph Anthony Battaglia 
James David Bergstrom 
James Donal Calhoon 
Floyd Israel Canfield 
John Robert Carney 
Joseph Bernard Casserly, Jr. 
William Edward Chapman, with 

Honors 
Jack Wendell Chartier 
Ibrahim Bedrettin Cingillioglu 
Ronald Daniel Collins 
John Leo Curtis 
Mahamad Sidiq Dar 
Thomas Joseph D'Arcy 
Dan Claire Dees 
Raymond Charles Eichenlaub 
Howard Ronald Ellis, with Honors 
John Oscar Fooks 
Frederick Blaine Friedewald 
Clyde Myron Fuller, with Honors 
Simon Goldfarb 
John Michael Grabowski 
Joseph Warren Guyton 
Vello Hansen 
Thomas Nelson Harvey 
Leo John Jasien, Jr. 



Robert Norman Kanter 

Daniel Marion Keusal 

John Allen Klages 

Raymond Edward Larson, with High 

Honors 
Warren Sherwin Liebman 
Jorge Hernan Llanos-Lozano 
Frank George Madonia 
George Theadore Marasovich 
Reginald Mari, Jr. 
William Joseph Mebes 
Arthur Eugene Moenkhaus 
Thomas Joseph Origer 
Jack Elliott Parker 
Neal Kevin Parmenter 
Walter Nelson Rinker, Jr. 
Jose Manuel Romero-Gomez 
Attilio Gerard Scotese, Jr. 
John Stephen Simon 
Stanley Joseph Skutnik 
Charles Hayden Smith 
Elmar Upitis, with Honors 
Charles John Walter 
Kenneth Eugene Warren 
Allan Hilbert Weihe 
Albert William Wendt, with Honors 
James Lawrence Wymer, with Honors 
Mahmoud Anis Zabin 



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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Dean Martin Anderson 

EVANGELOS DEMETRIOS ArGOUDELIS 

Robert Leo Arndt 

Donald Ray Arnold, with Honors 

John Edward Arthur 

Raymond Kazimieras Babickas 

Frank Louis Battuello, with High 

Honors 
Roger Frank Belsan 
Donald Lester Bitzer, with High 

Honors 
Reynolds Ollie Boaz 
Richard Roy Booth 
Irwin Saul Borin 
Daniel Ira Borovik 
James Bernard Briggs 
Kenneth Harvey Brown 
Raymond V. Brown 
Otto Gustav Brunner 
Henry Edmund Bruns 
Henry William Burke 
Dai Joe Chang 
Charles Whiteman Childs, with 

Honors 
John Kendall Clemens 
William Herbert Day, Jr., with 

Honors 
Leo Charles Dillon 
Harvey Hunter Doemland 
Paul William Engler 
Kenneth Evans Fairbanks, with 

High Honors 
Fernando Garbrecht 
Richard Charles Goedeke 
Thomas O'Regan Haig, with High 

Honors 
Luther Pearson Hampton, Jr. 
Herbert Fredrick Hann 
Frederick Henry Hartke, with 

Honors 
Thomas Ivan Hedvig 
Donald Joseph Heid 
Stuart Eldon Higgs 
Charles Calvon Highsmith 
Miles Louis Hlavin 
Ralph Richard Hodges, Jr. 
Hayim Izraeli 
Abraham Jacoby 
Alexander Janushevich 
Richard Harry Kiesel 
Joseph Emery Killpatrick, with High 

Honors 
James Ward Knapp 



Franklin Kuo 

Donald Harry Lackowski 

Paul Douglas Lattner, with Honors 

William Wayne Lichtenberger, with 

High Honors 
Louis Mitchell Long 
Robert Myron Maxey 
Charles Leo McDonough, with 

Honors 
Jerry Allan McElyea 
James Joseph McMahon, Jr. 
Anthony Mellas 
Walter Alfred Michel 
Charles Henry Miller 
Terence Masao Miwa 
Daryl Lyle Much 
James Edwin Needham 
Frank Culberson Nichols 
Richard Willard Obermayer, with 

High Honors 
Richard Kazushi Ogawa 
Curtis Dean Ouverson, with Honors 
John Lewis Overbey, with Honors 
Kenneth Warren Padgitt 
Paul Edwin Pearson 
Ronald Delano Peterson 
Albert Peterson Rosanes 
Leopold Rother 
James Gregory Rudolph 
Charles Joseph Rush 
Eugene Lash Schreiber 
Donald Kenneth Schuhrke 
Elias Schwarz 
Gene Michael Sebasky 
Thomas King Simpson, Jr. 
Richard James Skulina 
Larry Duane Smith, with High 

Honors 
Carl Marvin Solar 
John Henry Strathman, with Honors 
Gerald Michele Stropoli 
Fred Tourtellotte 
Ernest Yoshio Tsuchida 
George Ichiro Tsuda 
Vidmantas Variakojis 
Albert Joseph Wavering, Jr., with 

Honors 
James Henderson Nelson Wishart 
Robert McNeil Woodward 
Howard Edward Wright 
Charles James Zamites, Jr. 
James Lawrence Zentarski 



Bernard Irwin Bayer 
Arthur Lloyd Eggers 
William John Fanning 
Eugene Lyle Hubbard 
Ronald Grant Lambert 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 



Arthur Charles Lind 
Richard David Luders 
Kenneth Rose, with Honors 
Robert Alfred Stein 



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IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 



Joseph Allen Blitt 

Stanley John Bush 

David Wise Clark, with Honors 

Walter William Faster, with Honors 



Peter Finkler Koch 
Frank Joseph Myslinski 
Ronald Glen Richards 
Lawrence Henry Vroman 



Luis Rodriguez Acosta 
John Edward Evers 
Charles Harry Foley 
Gerald Nelson Griffith 



IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



Alan Roger Johnson 
Norman Barry Lefton 
William Irving Thomas 
Howard Ira Warshawsky 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Avixash Kumar Ahuja 
Irwin Charles Alter 
Gabriel Amitai, with Honors 
Parker Holmes Badger, with High 

Honors 
Robert Roy Baker 
Joseph Michael Baltrusaitis 
Donald Ralph Batha 
Fredrick William Bercher 
John Louis Blank 
Donald Grant Bokenkamp 
Harold Maurice Borror 
Donn Rylands Brace 
James Frank Bueche 
Richard Arthur Burgdorf 
John William Burnett 
Donald Edward Carr 
Roy William Corcoran 
Donald Arley Davis 
Kimberley James de Courcy, with 

Honors 
John Walter Deroche 
Antanas Vytautas Dundzila 
LeRoy Fred Engel, with High Honors 
Charles Albert Erb 
William Edson Evans 
Enrique Espinosa Fajardo 
Toru Fujii 

Anton Gapp, with Honors 
Walter Louis Glitzenstein 
Alan Herbert Goettig 
Frederick John Goetz, Jr. 
Myron Goldblatt 
Robert Morris Gondry 
Leonard Baldwin Graiff, with High 

Honors 
Joseph John Grass 
John David Halloran 
Robert Joel Hasselbring 
John Albert Herbolsheimer 
Christian Henry Hersan 
Robert Joseph Hoenigke 
John Clinton Hojem 
Louis Joseph Howell 
Lane Howard Johnson 



Harvey Barrett Karpiel 

Richard Joseph Krause 

James Louis Kurtz 

John William Kurzrock 

William Henry Lahrman 

Philip Jackson Lain 

Earl Richard Laing 

Jay Reinhold Larson 

Eugene Walter Lewis, with High 

Honors 
Richard Clyde Linsley 
Kenneth Ralph Lohbauer 
David Donald Lowum 
Gus Louis Mackris 
John William McConnell, Jr. 
Joseph Anthony Melone 
George Elmer Milum, with High 

Honors 
Raymond Louis Moser 
Donald Dean Mueller, with Honors 
Harold William Nero 
Richard Curtis Norris 
Robert John Oie 
Benedict Thomas Ondrak 
Charles Harold Price 
John F. Randolph, Jr. 
Raymond Edward Rayner 
Jack Charles Shockley 
Robert Dean Shonk 
Richard Loyd Smith 
Robert Glenn Sparrow 
Jack Bergman Stauffer 
Paul Barrington Stephens 
Richard Gair Stern, with Honors 
Kenneth Earle Stroup 
Thomas Howard Swanson 
Kheng Siong Tan 
Richard Joseph Teutsch 
Harold Yet Wah Tom 
Bernard John Verna 
Anthony Vilona 

ROMUALDAS VlSKANTA, with High 

Honors 
Frank Ben Watts 



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IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Howard Friedman Orville Fred Kimball, with Honors 

Harold Louis Gegel Andrew James Kish 

Ernst George Huschke, Jr., with Ira Nathan Potovsky 

Honors Gerald Joseph Robinson, with Honors 

Robert Cyril Kay Lawrence Myron Slutsky 

IN MINING ENGINEERING 

Robert Harold Bean Edwin George Jackson, Jr., with High 

Honors 

IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Donald John Baumgartner Philip James Voegtle 

John Stephen Simon Keith Ainsworth Yarborough, with 

Richard David Sutton Honors 



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THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates presented by Joseph Royall Smiley, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



William Matheson Ahlenius 
Robert Charles Albrecht 
Bruce Lenore Aldendifer 
Peggy Sue Anderson 
Helen Wright Andrews 
Janet Levine Asdourian 
Ronald James Ayotte, with High 

Honors in International Affairs 
Sherwin Harold Baim 
Robert Edward Bates 
David Martin Behrend 
Enid Harrison Bell 
Vincent Conrad Berkman 
John Andrew Berton 
Nancy Ann Biggins 
Wlodzimiezz Blagowidow 
Irwin Stephan Bloch 
Gordon Richard Bloomberg, with 

Honors in History 
Robert Paul Bowman, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Harry Sterling Boyd 
Janeth Diane Briggs 
Emerson Brown, with High Honors in 

Political Science 
Mary Lee Brown 
Corinne Lucille Bruner 
John Keith Butterfield 
Gordon Roy Cameron 
James Lewis Capel, Jr. 
Frank Paul Casa, with Highest 

Honors in Spanish 
Joyce Lorraine Chalcraft, with 

Honors in International Affairs 
Robert Fulton Chambers 
Donald Emmet Champion 
Nancy Wolfe Channick 
James Gordon Cobban 
John Gunnett Connell 
Joseph Warren Corbett 
Vasiliki James Costas 
Lynda Ruth Couch, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Eugene Orlando Cozzi 
James Warren Crain 
Carole Crisp 
Howard Franklin Crombie, with 

High Honors in Philosophy 
Dennis Louis Cwik, with Highest 

Honors in Mathematics 



Robert Dallek, with High Honors in 

History 
Anne Louise Davis 
Leo Joseph Davis, Jr. 
Hugh Miller Davison 
John Lewis DeLaurenti 
Harry Fredric Dinnsen 
Joan Frances Dixon 
Thomas Walter Dye 
Jane Child Eliot 
James Edward Elledge 
John Larson Elliott 
Robert Arthur Ellis 
Sandra Lee Epstein 
Ronald Russell Erwin 
Thomas Gar Felke, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Ronald S. Fishman 
Joseph Casey Fitzgerald 
Sheila Virginia Flanagan 
Dorothy Maxine Foster 
Thomas Frank Frangos 
Kenneth Eugene Frederick 
Carl William Gabel 
Stanford Lee Glass, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Maynard Wayne Glitman, with 

Highest Honors in International 

Affairs 
Sue Barbara Gordon 
David Rockwell Gray 
Toby Ann Greenman 
Donald Kendall Griffith 
Clyde Leroy Grimm, Jr. 
Samuel D. Hale, Jr. 
John Edward Halversen, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
William McClellan Hamby 
Jerrol Lee Harris 
Kenneth Irving Harris 
William Leon Hayes 
Carole Mae Heath 
Joyce Ann Heath 
Doris Holsman Heckert 
Robert Laurence Heicher, with 

Highest Honors in History 
Jane Martin Heiligenstein, with 

Highest Honors in Latin American 

Studies 
Ruth Evelyn Hering 



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Richard Arthur Hollis 
Marilyn Gray Hooper 
Dorothy Holston House 
Sheila Jacobson 
David Roger James 
Charles Bryant Johnson, Jr. 
Patricia Ann Johnson 
John Eli Juergensmeyer, with 

High Honors in Political Science 
Fred Philip Kaempfer 
Dorothy May Kaganich, with High 

Honors in History 
Jerome Barton Kalish 
Howard Franklin Kapso 
Frank Sullivan Kastor 
Liuda Rakutyte Kaupas 
Edward Laning Kelly 
Arthur Leroy Kistner 
pleter cornelis kooistra 
Louise Strode Krider 
Elsie Rose Kubes 
Marilyn Lang 
Joanne Lorraine Larsen 
Wilbur Mayo Larson 
Elizabeth Anne Laslo 
Larry Lee Lawler 
Barbara Elizabeth Lawrence 
Joanne Estelle Lazzara 
Lawrence John Lee 
Paul A. Leetz 
Howard Max Leftwich, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
Elinor Clare Lueking 
Carole Mae Malmin 
James Peter Marcus 
Richard Eugene Matteson 
Nelle Elizabeth Mattingly 
William Avrum Maybrook 
Sharlene Rae Mayer 
Harry Deneen Maynor 
Mary Alice McInnes 
Mary Louise McKenzie 
Jack Dean McManus, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Kay Barry Meurlott 
Aaron Paul Miller 
David McGregor Miller 
John Manierre Mills, with Honors 

in Zoology 

MlRKO MlLOS MlTROVIC 

Patricia Ann Moore 
Donald Wells Moreland 
Audrey Richards Munat 
Stanley Harcourt Munat, Jr., with 

High Honors in Philosophy 
James Akinobu Nakano 
Nancy Norvelle Newton 



Fay Eleanor Nichols 

Arlys Iona Nitsche 

Alice Marie Ogden 

Larry Emmert Ohlson 

John Salvador Ontiveros 

Kenneth Dale Palmer, with Honors 

in Political Science 
John Joseph Periolat 
Leland Edward Person 
Carol Louise Peterson 
James Bernard Pinski, with Highest 

Honors in History 
Patricia Pratt 
Victoria Casandra Razmo 
Sally Ann Reeves 
Richard Wendell Reichle, Jr. 
George William Richards, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Robert Lee Richiardi 
Leo Nelson Rohach 
Richard Powell Roscoe 
Robert Allen Rosenthal 
Jerrold Samuel Rosenwasser 
Lorraine Mary Roulette 
Marilyn Diane Rubenstein 
Samuel William Sax 
Sandra Lee Schwartz, with Highest 

Honors in English 
Margaret Jean Scranton, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Doris Mae Shockley 
John Payson Shonkwiler 
Donald Beam Shuford 
Harriet Anne Sifferd 
Ann Marie Simons 
Adrienne Jean Smith, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Geraldine Smith 
Mary Ellen Soper, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Vladimir Frederic Sperber 
Jean McCorkle Staebler 
Gerald Emanuel Stearn 
Spencer Weiner Strellis 
Eleanor Mae Surber 
William Alva Suter 
Roger Clarence Swanson, with High 

Honors in French 
Dale Richard Sweetwood 
James Joshua Taxman 
John Manville Thompson 
Julius Caesar Thornton 
Mary Jeannette Toll 
Edward John Truschke 
Yoshiko Joy Tsuzuki, with Highest 

Honors in Sociology 
Walter Bernard Tucker 



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Carlton Stevens Van Doren, with 

Honors in Geography 
Robert Chakipar Warren 
Byron Kenneth West, with Highest 

Honors in History 
Thomas McDowell Wheeler 
Franklin Scott Whicher 



Helen Marie White 
Lee Oliver Wilson 
Bernard Gene Winsberg 
Cyrus Yonan, Jr. 
Hercules Paul Zagoras 
Sarah Jean Zang 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Jo Ann Davidson, with Highest 

Honors 
Gretchen Mary Gibbons 
Lois Lundy Gromoll 
Joan Pearl Halpern 
John Ira Kitch, Jr., with Highest 

Honors 
Marilyn Esther Marchok 
Mary Helen Marmion 



Janet Louise Mockus 
Gwen Adele Peterson 
Ruth Esther Romoser 
Mary Jo Ryerson 
Shadie Simon 
Judith Esther Snyder 
Florence Scanlan Spencer 
Jane Weaver Thiem 
Nancy Lee Wilkison 



Margot Rebhun 



IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 

Margaret Toby Rippinger 



IN THE TEACHING OF GERMAN 



Richard Allen Coleman 



John Howard Kirchner, with High 
Honors 



Mary Malantis 



IN THE TEACHING OF LATIN 
IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



Wilborne Bowles 

Naomi Carol Brooks 

Nils William Flodin, with Honors 

Diane Lee Johnson, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Lee Johnson 
Geraldine Carol Knight 



Mary Lee Mahin 

Eugene Michael Malecki, with 

Highest Honors 
Carol Jean Scheibe 
Nina Judy Temple, with High Honors 
Emily Ann Ward, with Highest 

Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 



Myrna Grace Campbell, with High 
Honors 



Olive Irene Durham, with Highest 
Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 



George Norman Gunkle 



Eleanore Pearl Szymanski 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Robert Eugene Bucksat 
Robert Seymour Carper 
Richard Harold Dellert, with 

Honors 
Remigius Algimantas Gaska, with 

Honors 
Martin Edward Goldstein 
Wayne Edward Hall, with High 

Honors 
Robert Lynn Kabel, with Honors 
Orville Charles Kremmer, with 

Honors 



George Likander, with Honors 
Duncan Livingston, with High 

Honors 
Eugene Christopher MacMullan, 

with Honors 
Robert Alfred Metcalfe 
William Gordon Wilson, with 

Highest Honors 
Chung Sul Youn, with Highest 

Honors 



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IN CHEMISTRY 



Ralph Fred Benck 
Ted Lee Clark, with High Honors 
Ruth Ellyn Collins 
John Francis Foster, Jr. 
William Burke Fox 
cunegunda garmus 
Nicholas John Goetzinger 
Donald John Graves, with Honors 
Ho Chien Hwang, with Honors 
Donald Charles Jicha 
James Klaus Koehler, with Highest 
Honors 



Noretta Koertge, with Highest 

Honors 
Jack Barclay McClellan 
Albert Harold Michal 
Shirley Murl Mitchell 
Paul Charles Moews, with Highest 

Honors 
Ted Porter, Jr. 
Joan Alice Searing, with Highest 

Honors 
Nancy Zdenka Vyhnal 
Raymond Ernest Whitney, with 

Honors 



Mary Alice Richman 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Marvin John Andresen 

Franklin Andrews 

Ruth Marilyn Andrews, with 

Highest Honors in Bacteriology 
Donald Lawrence Ballmann 
Sandra Smith Benner, with High 

Honors in Geography 
Marjorie Blanche Bezio 
Charles Howard Blomquist 
Eugene Kent Borchart 
Carl Bornholt 
Barbara Jean Bowers 
Dale Thomas Braxton 
Jerome Saul Brody 
Marietta Brothers, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
Alex Samuel Broun 
Neal Murray Burns 
Harry Goldzier Casler 
William Francis Cavender 
Judith Ruth Cohen 
Bennett Jay Cremer 
Oren Dwayne Denhart 
Frank Anthony Dinello 
James August Dreher 
Jane Ann Efner 
Carl Theodore Ehlers 
Jane Alfreda Ericson 
Donald Esarove 
Alfred Ferdman 
Donald Charles Ferguson, with 

Highest Honors in Psychology 
Sheila Elizabeth Fleming 
Ernest Wilber Fordham 
Clayton Eugene Fox 
William Edward Frymire 
M. Gail Furnall 
Norman Walter Gabel, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Eva Gawronska 
Charlene Katherine Geminn 
Robert Karl Gholson 



Gerald Joseph Glantz 

Eileen Frances Golb, with Highest 

Honors in Psychology 
Harris Sidney Goldstein, with 

Highest Honors in Zoology 
Deborah Gollub 
Warren Jay Goodman 
James Warren Grochowski 
Bonnie Jean Grossnickle 
Ruth Eleonor Gruendling 
Mae Hatsumi Hasegawa 
Judith Rae Hoggatt 
George Bennett Humphrey 
John Richard Hurley 
Charles Joseph Huxel, Jr. 
Frank Santo Ingrassia 
Nicholas Joseph Jacobs 
Jeanne Lenore Jaracz 
Jura Skaudys Jodele 
Willard William Johnson, Jr. 
Eugene Anthony Kadlub 
Philip Edward Kahlert 
Norman Joel Kantor 
Herbert Laurence Kayne 
Arwalt Paul Kehle 
Walter John Kempa, Jr. 
Robert Vix Kennedy 
Gerald Byron Kessler 
Kathryn Agnes Kile 
Patricia Ann Killey 
Robert Lewis Kloster 
Grace Lois Komosa 
Elaine Joan Krichevsky, with 

Highest Honors in Bacteriology 
George Nickolas Kron, Jr. 
Doris Ann Krull, with Highest 

Honors in Zoology 
Constance Memory Kull 
Carol Masako Kushino 
Howard Leon Lang 
Fritz Wilmer Larson 
David Robert Lauck 



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Ruth Varano Lawrence 

Richard Leo Linster 

Gilbert LaMar Marx 

Jackie Delaine McGregor 

Alvin Medvin 

Daniel Miller 

Malka Tryna Mirvis 

Rudolph Moragne 

Masanobu Morikuni 

James Arnold Murphy 

Robert Dean Neathammer 

James Clarence Nelson 

Mildred Chapman Nyberg 

Diane Lou Oliver 

Joshia Pais 

John Ridley Parson 

Dale Duane Patterson 

Dwight Pence 

Larry Alvin Perlis 

Joyce Arlene Pickard, with Highest 

Honors in Mathematics 
Albert Sylvester Porter 
Sidney Lucius Pray 
Laura Elizabeth Rhodes 
Lucille Mary Rinaldo 
Mary Rubenis 
Rodney Richard Ruch 
Sandra Faye Schaub 
Richard Frank Schmitz 



Albert Schonberg 
Richard Herbert Schwartz 
Sheldon Dewey Schwartz, with 

Honors in Zoology 
Terrell Cary Schwarz 
Alan Johnson Scott, with Honors in 

Geology 
Luis Augusto Serr6n 
William Andrew Shinn 
Agris Slesers 
Jacquelyn Ann Spielman 
L. M. Thomas Stilwell, Jr. 
Sherwin Leroy Strauss 
John Joseph Sullivan 
Charles Curtis Terry 
Alexander Edward Thomas, III 
Robert James Twohey 
Mary Carol Waxler, with Highest 

Honors in Zoology 
Melvin Irenaeus Weidner 
Jerry Earl Weimann 
Leslie Wiener, with Honors in 

Chemistry 
Warren Clark Woltman 
Jerome Yochim 
Megumu Yoshimine 
George Smrz Zahrobsky 
William Allan Zerin 



IN SPEECH CORRECTION 



Yvonne Ethel Berntsen 
Charles James Davies, with High 

Honors 
Judith Ann Desch, with Honors 



Ruth Elaine Hortin, with Honors 
Nancy Isobel March 
Sylvia Coleman Muirhead 
Lorenza Ann Russo 



IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 
Judy Detina 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 
Glen Edward Gaides 

IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 
Kathleen Marie Schaub 



Louis Liddi 

Jknnis Joseph Bapst 



IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
IN THE TEACHING OF PHYSICS 



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THE COLLEGE OF LAW 

Candidates presented by Albert James Harno, B.S., LL.B., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Law 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LAW 

Paul Peter Coroneos 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Orla Elbert Adams, B.Ed., Eastern 

Illinois State College, 1940 
Harry Culbertson Armstrong, B.S., 

1953 
Merwin B. Auslander, A.B., 1953 
Marvin Donald Berman, B.S., 1953 
Robert Lee Black, Jr., B.S., 1950 
Robert Deane Brodt, B.S., Bradley 

University, 1954 
Alvin Bush, B.S., Roosevelt College, 

1952 
William Henry Chamberlain, B.S., 

1953 
George Moseley Chandler, A.B., 

Lawrence College, 195 1 
Gary Ray Coffey, B.S., 1953 
James Allen Cummings, B.S., 1952 
Alvin Domash, with Honors 
LeRoy Edward Duncan, B.S., 1952 
Gerald Sidney Elliott, B.S., 1953 
John Edward Favero, A.B., 1953 
Jerome David Fireman, B.S., 1954; 

with Honors 
Frank John Galvin, A.B., 

St. Ambrose College, 1952 
James Edward Gorman, A.B., 

St. Ambrose College, 1952 
Stuart Neal Greenberger, B.S., 1954; 

with Honors 
Thomas Earl Harrington, B.S., 1953 
Donald Allen Henss, B.S., 1953 



Wayne Ronald Johnson, B.S., 1953 
John Alan Lambright, B.S., 1953 
John Walter Leskera, A.B., 1953 
Robert Dow McKnelly, A.B., 1954 
John William Metzger, with Honors 
Terrance Roy Mitchell 
Ernest John Nassos, B.S., North- 
western University, 195 1; 
M.S., 1952 
Richard John Neagle, Jr., B.S., 
Georgetown University, 1952 
Gilbert Lamar Niznik, B.S., 1953 
Walter Russell Peirson, B.S., 1950; 

with Honors 
Joseph Richard Perozzi, B.S., 

University of Notre Dame, 1952 
Max Carmen Rose, B.S., Bradley 

University, 1953 
Richard Sanford Sawislak, A.B., 

1953 
Norman Abraham Share, B.S., 1954 
Willard Lee Shonfeld 
Harry Henry Sonnemaker, Jr., A.B., 

Bradley University, 1950 
Richard Leon Thies, A.B., 1953 
Donald Marco Venturelli 
Philip Henry Ward, Jr., A.B., 1953; 

with Honors 
James Landon Wilder 
Richard Dale Yung, B.S., 1953 



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THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by B. L. Dodds, Ed.D. 
Dean of the College of Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN EDUCATION 



Raymond Patrick Albert 
Gwendolyn Winterberger Berry 
Constance Marie Berutti, with 

Honors 
Grace Orrilla Conard 
Elizabeth June Doonan 
Paul Morton Garman 
Edna AIoore Hammond 
John Donald Hathaway 
Glen Edward Hubele 
Lucia Beatrice Brian Huebner 
Millie Busby Joda 



Zeno Kopecky, Jr. 
Myra Scheiewe Lamber 
Gonnie Michaeloff 
Betty Jayne Ohlson 
Douglas Richard Pierce 
George Albert Robinson, Jr. 

Honors 
John Walker Rouse 
Dorothy Mae Schlitt 
Basil Joseph Sherlock 
Eleanor Legator Simon 
Aristotle Harry Soter 



with 



Emily Ann Hanafee 



IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 

Richard William Stream 



JoAnn Scoggins Lemker 
Norma Louise Martin 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Sue Louise Schurman 
Margaret Jo Smith 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Sue Elizabeth Anderson 

Nancy Ruth Nickol Barthell, with 

Honors 
Barbara Lee Beckman 
Toby Barbara Birndorf 
Mary Irene Blatnik 
Jerry Louise Bond 
Patricia Ann Burt, with Honors 
Joann Marie Buske 
Margaret Ann Cain, with Honors 
Thelma Carrington, with Honors 
Gloria Mae Chambers 
Harriet Ruth Cohen 
Betty Jane Conreaux 
Michaeline Mary Costabile, with 

High Honors 
Joan Marilyn Danielson 
Frances Elizabeth Davidson 
Verna Grace Davis 
Terryl Ann DeLong 
Renee Dobkin 
Joan Dunbar 

Verna Rose Dushek, with Honors 
Eleanor Sue Eisenstein 
Joan Bernice Enderson 
Mary Jane Fennessey 
Margaret Parsons Ferry 
Merle Friedman Fireman 
Mary Lee Florschuetz 
Virginia Mary Frank 
Bonnie Engler Fry 
Sandra Fern Gimpel 



Phyllis Gottfried Gordon 

Renee Grauer 

Carol Jeanne Gross 

Carol Lynn Halverson 

Betty Jean Heggemeier 

Beverley Jean Hill 

Mary Ingrid House 

La Verne Ruth Janes 

Jane Ellen Jones 

Emily Georgene Kampert 

Harriet Karm 

Itoko Katayama 

Setsuko Katayama 

Dot Arleen Kaufman 

Susan Marie Koch 

Joanne Marie Limestall 

Ann Laurie McKnight 

Joanne Miller 

Dorothy Rose Moriarty 

Marilyn Diane Mumma 

Ruby Hidemi Nakagawa 

Carol Jane Osborn 

Joyce Wimberly Ouverson, with High 

Honors 
Carole Sue Owens 
Sadie Ruth Poinsett 
Barbara Jean Rapp 
Eunice Jean Reace 
Carole Mae Reid 
Judith Lois Reimer 
Marcia Ann Rieckman 
Eleanor Anne Rollo 



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Sandra Fay Romanoff, with High 

Honors 
Sally Joyce Ruttenberg 
Nancy Louise Salkeld 
Richard Trevelyn Salzer, with 

Highest Honors 
Joan Ruth Schmidt 
Janet Helen Schmitt 
Virginia Mae Scott 
Vivian Ruth Shay, with High Honors 
Vera Shevchuk 
Jessie Kaye Siepker 



Elaine Marion Skadberg 
Roberta Lois Skolnik, with High 

Honors 
Margaret Stansfield 
Nanette Eldora Swartz 
Constance Anna Wachs, with High 

Honors 
Joan Helen Werner 
Judith Ann Wilkinson, with Honors 
Ann Edwards Willoughby 
Elizabeth Ann Yanson, with Honors 



Harold Hugh Gabby 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

Thomas Douglas Lambert 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Candidates presented by Paul Martin Green, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Edward Michael Abrams 

Wayne Harold Ahlberg 

Carney Gaines Allen, with Honors 

Paul Edward Anderson 

Charles Jack Andrews, with Honors 

Thomas Joseph Archbold 

William Herbert Bayley 

Norma Haldene Bean 

Dennis Arthur Bell 

Lloyd Jack Billard 

Edward John Bottomley, Jr. 

John David Cartland 

Ronald Carl Christianson 

Warren Duane Cuplin 

Arthur Lawrence D'Ambrosio, Jr. 

Richard Franklin Davis 

Lawrence William DePauw 

Gust William Dickett 

Donald Allen Dvorak 

Arline Delores Ekstedt 

John Anthony Farrell 

James Alfred Fields 

Robert Charles Fietsam 

Herbert Morton Fisher 

Henry James Foley 

Farrell Randolph Fox, Jr. 

Robert George Gainer 

Francis Michael Gallagher 

Robert Reynolds Gasaway 

Howard Gene Getz 

Louis Glickman 

Edward Dean Goddard 

Robert Williams Goltermann 

Lewis David Greenberg 

Morris David Halperin 

Anna Geraldine Harms 

Robert Chester Hartmann 

Donald Ira Hausman 

Donald Joseph Hesse, with Honors 

Thomas James Horton 

John Joseph Justen 

John Gannon Kearins 

David Boring Keenan 

Arthur Wilfred Kenney 

Caesar Klaus, III 

Ned William Kohn 

Elden Clare Krapf 

Darryl Ray Lem 



Michael Joseph Lesh 

Marvin Samuel Lieberman 

Marvin Lipschultz 

Jack William Littlemeyer 

David Homer Lively 

Carol Jean Magnan 

Leonard Percy Mason 

Lester Harvey McKeever 

Gene Arthur Nelson 

Walter Frank Nelson 

Donald Otto Niemann 

Francis Joseph Nowik 

Algirdas Olis 

Howard Nash O'Neal 

Arnold Leonard Paolasini 

Stanley Eugene Patrilla 

Robert John Penn 

James Hartwell Pennington 

Wayne Emanuel Peters 

Barbara Lee Petersen 

Lyle Dean Reeder 

Emil Elmer Rould, Jr. 

Frances Eleanor Schiesser 

Edwin Elwell Schultz 

Donald Wilmer Seifferth 

Hyman Julius Shapiro 

Robert Aaron Sick 

William Sider 

S. Neil Sorensen 

Leland Keith Spragle, with Honors 

James Michael Stanton, with Honors 

Ronald Richard Starkweather, with 

Honors 
Richard Orton Stevens 
Robert William Stoddard 
Bruce Alan Struckman 
Walter Bernard Sugar, with Honors 
Richard Swanson, with Honors 
Phyllis Tipp 
James Duvall Trabue 
John Joseph Vassen 
Elizabeth Ann Vier 
Max David Weinblum, with Honors 
Edwin Vernon Wells 
William Earl Winn, with Honors 
Alexander Crosman Woodbury 
Cecil Eugene Worrells 
Wayne Henry Yackel 



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IN COMMERCE AND LAW 



George Britt Barr 
Clarence William DeMoss 
Stephen Van Hill 
Stanford Donald Marks 
Ronald Stanley Moll 



Burton Herbert Palmer 
Thomas Franklin Taylor 
Harold Wagman 
Robert Morgan White 
Clarke Woodruff 



IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 



Barbara Jane Lowis 
Carlo Francis Olivero 
Dato Vincent Olivero 



Minnie Rosetta Talley 
Alice Jane Woelfersheim 



IN ECONOMICS 



Herbert Boyd Blodgett 
Vito Anthony Botticelli 
Donald James Cisek 
William Edward Cunningham 
Rodrigo Gutierrez Duque 
James Leo Fuhrman 
James Manos Lambakis 
Robert Frederick Landolt 
Loren Clifford Mann 
Jesus Richard Mota 
Gerald Patrick Munley, Jr. 
Arthur Donald Nordenberg, with 
Honors 



Patricia Ann Osgood 

Keith Francis Prater 

Sophie Margot Pruss 

Stuart Joel Raffel 

Jorge Rocha Rodriguez 

Erwin Bernard Seegers 

John William Shaver 

Richard Dean Sperry, with Honors 

Louis Smiley Stahlman, with Honors 

Sam Weiner, with Honors 



IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 



John Ronald Furman, with Honors 
Thomas Angus Hagan, Jr. 
David Russell Mummery 
Gene Coe O'Connell, with High 
Honors 



Bernard Clarence Quandt 
David Noel Weber 



IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 



Roland John Artigues, Jr. 



George Russell Bolin 



IN ECONOMICS AND MARKETING 



Hugh Dennis Giertz 



IN FINANCE 



Marvin Arnold Andrews, with 

Honors 
Mohammed Ullah Aziz 
Lano Louis Frank 
Mitchell Henry Franklin 
Walter Ellis Gabehart 



John Paul Gwin 
Philip Fithian Hudson 
Gordon Howard Millner, with 

Honors 
Robert Gerald Parsons 
Emil Shafran 



Gilbert John Heaphy 



IN GENERAL BUSINESS 



IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 



Hale Carlyle Bartlett, with Honors 
Donald William Ellingson 
Roger Wayne King 



Earl Theodore McGee 
Harold James Murray, Jr. 
Maxwell Harris Poper 






IN MANAGEMENT 



James Springer Acheson 
Marion Achor 
Matthew Cooper Aronson 
John Lester Baldwin 
James Farrell Bell 
Charles Richard Blundell 



John Holmes Calkins 
Paul Martin Cherry 
William Norris Clark 
Charles Anthony Crain 
Charles William Craine 
Thomas Alan Dicks 



[4^] 



Charles Alan Elliott 
Charles Amon Gage 
Charles Albert Gauen 
Maurice Darwin Grant 
Glenn Everett Green 
Thomas Graham Hamilton 
Norman Isaac Hollenberg 
Richard McMillan Hull 
Errol Mac Johnson- 
Stella Ruth Lyman 
Raymond Andrew Maslanka 
Frank William Michalec 
Philip Robert Nienstedt 
Don Parry Norford 
Marjorie Sue Ornellos, with Honors 



William Joseph Oshinski 
Daniel Dennis Pattarson 
William Robert Pingel 
John David Rinedollar 
Barbara Ellen Schedel 
Jack Kenner Shutt 
Wayne Smith, Jr. 
Patrick Allen Sollo 
Gene Stanley Stroud 
Earl Louis Takach 
Marilyn Goodell Van Buskirk 
William Max Vetter, Jr. 
William Winston Yeager 
Ronald Francis Zionts 



IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING 



Samuel Jay Alex 
George Peter Fotopoulos 



James George McNerney, Jr. 
Nick Gus Michas 



IN MARKETING 



Edward East Barthell 

Louis Joseph Bax 

Clyde DeVere Bell 

Edward Robert Benesh 

George Robert Binder 

Arch Lee Blackard 

James Renwick Bonde 

Gerald Lewis Brown, Jr. 

Kenneth Dwight Bruder 

Harlan Hampton Burgess 

Rolf Alrik Cederwall 

Lawrence Richard Chapman 

Horn Chen 

Louis David Christensen 

Arnold Norman Cohn 

Jerome Francis Cray 

Lee Edwin Curtiss 

Theodore Kenneth Davis 

Cynthia Bess Dolan, with Honors 

Lawrence Joseph Domkowski 

James William Dutcher 

Charles Edward Eichman 

James Robert Ellingson 

Albert Donald Ellis 

William Davison Faude 

Charles Earnest Finn 

Austin Herbert Fosnaugh 

Sam Howard Frankel, with Honors 

Michael Irwen Freeman 

Ramon Lind Galarneau 

Stewart Gartner 

John Anthony Gerbel 

Sheldon Fred Good 

Harvey Arnold Greenstein 

Rae Ellen Grosch 

Glenn Burton Harvey 

Frank Lee Herold, with Honors 



Robert Allen Hershbarger 
Franklin Ernest Heurich 
Arthur Louis Holtz 
Barry Townsend Hough 
Ronald Martin Karzen 
Walter Philip Katich 
Bill Hart Kosanke 
Allen John Kreitzer, Jr. 
Richard Lee Lacy 
Roger Dean Little 
Ronald Stephen Lopaty 
Loren Philip Lyon 
Wayne Frank Matusiak 
John Anthony McCarthy 
Robert Leon Migatz 
George Edward Nadenik, Jr. 
Stasys Neimanas 
John C. Perry 
Loren Murray Pollack 
Lawrence Arthur Potter 
Roger Herbert Racine 
Margaret Jacklynn Remacle 
Thomas Charles Rowader 
Theresa Laverne Ruth 
Richard James Schlehofer 
Charles Bachman Schultz 
Roy Smith 

William Duncan Smith 
Conrad Alexander Staudacher 
Thomas Gilbert Stucky 
Richard Harold Sweeney 
Gilbert Alfred Sweet 
Donald Edward Tate 
Leonard Andrew Vasilauskas 
Earle James Walters 
Myron Leonard Wang 
Carl Edwin Witt 



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IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 

Louise Drechsler Cole, with Honors 
Suzanne Ellett Cuthbert 
Grace Louise Schlaeger 

IN URBAN LAND ECONOMICS 



Betty Marie Snider, with Honors 
Mary Joy Vachta 



Jerry Chauncey Bradshaw 
Leslie Morton Hefter 



Edward M. Levin, Jr. 
Eugene Walter Stunard 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Candidates presented by Fredrick Seaton Siebert, A.B., J.D. 
Director of the School of Journalism and Communications 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN JOURNALISM 



John David Algert 

James Eugene Allen 

Karl Stephen Anderson 

Kathryn Anderson 

Barbara Joan Apperson 

Paul Armstrong 

Adam Henry Bachman, Jr. 

David Bruce Bartruff 

Carolyn Ann Berleman 

Melvin Bookstein 

Allen Roger Brown, with Honors 

Charles Frederick Chapman 

LeRoy Wesley Christensen 

Wayne Eugene Conery 

Janet Rae Cox 

Sidney Douglas Desser 

Sandra Elaine Dolgonos 

Jerry James Donda 

Doris Jean Drew 

Lorraine Edith Geittmann 

John William Gepford 

JoAnn Elizabeth Glenn 

Marjorie Ann Gower 

Marvin Dean Graves 

Donald Keith Hanes 

Ralph Andrews Haworth 

Carolyn Brown Holmstrand 

Melvin Jacobs 

Ray Norton Kabaker 

Sarah Katz 

Johanna Kauffman 

Leslie Jacob Kipnis 

Paul Louis Kish 

Eva Joan Klein 



Joanne Irene Knoch 

Marianne Kreiling 

William Paul Kuhs 

Joel Laufer 

Nordeen Camilla Ledet 

Charlene Amy Lynch 

Donald Reid MacCrimmon, Jr. 

Barbara Jean Mangel 

Donald Oliver Maylath 

Carol Jeanne McCradie 

Arlo Reign Millican 

Irene Mildred Osvald 

Sheila Parrish 

June Elizabeth Peterson 

Gene John Quirini 

Mary Ardyth Rausch 

Larry Sigmund Schaffel 

LaVaun Adele Schild, with Honors 

Robert Louis Semmelroth 

Jean Elizabeth Shanberg 

Galey Verona Shappert 

Ann Shilladey 

Daniel Ralph Simon 

Herald Warren Stockton 

Gerald Joseph Szumski 

Patricia Mildred Trotter 

Robert Ray Trumbull 

Henry Robert Uschan 

Alan Ray Weaver 

John Nathanial Weil 

John Thomas Whitman 

Richard Edward Wolfe 

Byron M. Zalken 



[44] 



THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 



Candidates presented by Allen Stuart Weller, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 



Glenn Fredrick Abel 

Warren Carl Anderson, with High 

Honors 
Melvin Henry Beckman, with Honors 
Barbara Gail Buckmaster 
James Warren Carpenter 
Richard Allen Chiles 
Richard Clair Cogley 
William Bingham Coney 
Robert Walter Forsyth 
John Haydn Haller 
William George Heinzman, with 

Honors 
Joel Robert Hillman 
Ruth Hook 
Victor E. Isaksen, Jr. 
Norman Lenart Johnson 
Denis Keith 

James Escher Knudstad, with Honors 
Donald Andrew Koss, with Honors 
Kenneth Charles Kurtz 
Lloyd Allen Leffers, with Highest 

Honors 
David Lloyd Mayer 



Howard Earl McCall 

Andrew Carnie McPherson, Jr. 

Wayne Arthur Meierhans 

Donald Raymond Michaelis 

Charles Calvin Morris 

Donald Herbert Olivieri 

Alden Eugene Orput 

Donald Joseph Pyskacek 

Karl Alfred Rauschert, with Honors 

James Kenneth Rigsby 

Robert Allen Rosenthal 

John Martin Ruffner, with Honors 

John Louis Schmidt, with High 

Honors 
Herbert William Schneider 
Howard Eugene Schroeder, with 

Honors 
Raimund K. Shlaustas 
Robert Earl Teegardin 
Charles A. Totten, Jr. 
Robert Charles Vagnieres 
Ronald Hubert Zellner 
Milton Zic 
Gregorio Zolko 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 



Beverly Anne Chubat, with High 

Honors 
Joan Margaret Goodmiller, with High 

Honors 
Phyllis Ann Hasse, with Honors 
Lucien Cyril Kapp 



Bonna Gail Lederer 

Richard Alexander Rogers, with 

Highest Honors 
Richard Sidney Roof 
Charles Eugene Semel 
Renee Eva West 



Merton Louis Bland 
Mary Jo Conto 
Robert Wilson Deere 
Kay Frances Ekstrand 



IN ART EDUCATION 

Ruth Claar Mitchell 

Carol Lu Peteitsh 

Walter Andrew Sowizdrzal, Jr. 

David Edward Templeton 



James Hugus Slayman 



IN THE HISTORY OF ART 



IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 



Marilyn Lucille Nelson, with High 

Honors 
Gene Alfred Schugart 



Jerome Thomas Atkinson, Jr. 
Gordon Alan Barlow 
Thomas Howe Hayes 
Robert Taggart Jackson 

IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 
Philip Norman Boyle Charles Robert Haugh 

Theodore William Brickman, Jr. James Lytle Isenogle 

Thomas Azor Campbell Donald Lumsden Walker, Jr. 

James Frederick Erkman 



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IN PAINTING 



Joan Marcia Andrews 

Carolyn Brehsmer Davenport 

Katina Bartsokas Ekstrom 

Marie Eleanor Garvey 

Dolores Jean Holmes, with Highest 

Honors 
Kenneth Alvin Kerslake, with 

Honors 
Virginia Kinder Kolence, with High 

Honors 
Marjorie Thompson McMahon, with 

Honors 



Alan Louis Stacell 

Edward Armen Stasack, with High 

Honors 
William Carroll Summers 
John Sidney Weller, with High 

Honors 
Joyce Ann Wiese, with Highest 

Honors 
John Louis Wild 
Mary Ellen Young, with Highest 

Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Karl Brix, with Honors 

Jerry Allan Caress 

Donald Arthur Elliott, with Honors 

Lloyd Phillip Farrar, with High 

Honors 
William Clare Jennings, with High 

Honors 



John Edward Kennedy, with Honors 
Geraldine Rose Kruger, with Honors 
Martha Louise Parker, with Highest 

Honors 
Floy D-Onn Rowland 
Wilma Joyce Stack 
Robert Eugene Wingard 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



James Edward Ambrose, with High 

Honors 
Jackson Horne Everds 
George Elroy Heider 
Richard Virgil McDowell 



Samuel Maitland Mills, Jr. 
Glenn Eldo Rhodes 
Dennis Henry Sapp 
Martin Bennett Schaffer 



Donald Ross Blivas 
Richard Elmer Carlson 



Philip Norman Boyle 
Eugene Robert Friederich 



IN ARCHITECTURE 

Francis Philip Piech 

IN LANDSCAPE OPERATION 

James Lytle Isenogle 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Archalene Amos 

Richard Albert Boerlin, with Honors 

Naomi Ruth Brausch 

Norma Louise Brooks 

Iva Jean Eadie 

Carol Selle Ergo 

Dora Jean Fishel 

Sidnetta Mae Garrett 

Mary Jane Gibson 

Jerry Melvin Gold 

Jane Ellen Greene 

Betty Jane Hadley 

Doris Anne Knox, with Highest 

Honors 
Virginia Ann Lange, with Honors 
Margaret Elaine LaRowe, with 

Highest Honors 



Ernestine Hanks Lawler, with High- 
est Honors 

Glenn Roger Mortenson, with High 
Honors 

Ruth Annette Moyle, with Honors 

Wayne Clyde Phillips 

Charlotte Elaine Pizner, with High 
Honors 

Paul Albert Pizner 

Audrey Helene Rezits, with Honors 

Mary Jane Rigney 

Walter Eugene Ross 

Charles Robert Runyon 

Mary Louise Sauer 

Audrey Joy Schulz, with Honors 

Maureen Kelley Smith, with Honors 

Richard Earl Tolley, with Honors 



[46] 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Candidates presented by Seward Charle Staley, Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Director of the School of Physical Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Raymond Walter Garlanger Jobe Leon Payne, with High Honors 

James Anthony Monteleone 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Jeffrey Miner Austin 

Marna Rose Brewbaker Bauer 

Marianne Biestek 

William Anthony Bosnak 

William Mugge Chance 

Carmen Cunningham, with Honors 

Joseph Wayne Devall 

James Barrett Dunne 

Raymond Brooke Essick 

Thomas James Gardner 

Joanne Pritchard Gernant, with 

Highest Honors 
Rhoda Lea Goldman, with Honors 
Marilyn Christine Gustafson, with 

Honors 
Edna Lucille Higgins 
James Robert Holste 
Athum Elmer Tony Johnson 
Marlyn Jane Kasson, with Honors 
Jane Louise Klitzing 
Marion Ruth Knol 
David Daniel Kurzband 
James Albert Mater 
Cato Allen McKinnie 



Charles Ray Carrico 
Don Scott Garner, Jr. 
Donald Kent Harris 
James Robert Holste 
Roger Martin Johnson 
Earl Burton Newman 



A. Charles McKissack 

Eugene James Muzzarelli 

Russell Lee Myers 

Sherle Ann Olson, with High Honors 

Patricia Mae Pavlis 

Elmer Lewis Plew 

Stuart Popkoff 

Nancy Mae Postlewait 

Patricia Ann Renken 

Geraldine Sally Ryndak 

Shirley June Searcy, with Honors 

Lansing Edward Steed 

Barbara Joan Steger 

Morris Herchel Sterneck 

Paul Jean Tourney 

Bill James Turner 

James Samuel Voorhees, with Honors 

Betty June Webb, with Honors 

Charles Edwin Westphal 

Willie James Williams 

Ruth Ellen Wylie, with Highest 

Honors 
Raymond L. Zawadzki 



IN RECREATION 



Lura Lee Sutton 
Bill James Turner 
Patricia Anne Twardock, with High- 
est Honors 
Walter Lee Vernasco 



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THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



Candidates presented by Frank Bridgewater, M.S. 
Acting Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Joel Francis Barnes 

Joseph Marvin Bernstein 

Lester Dean Blankenship 

Walter Bobotek 

Thomas Darrell Bounds 

Jack Brown, Jr. 

Paul Custer Brown 

John Edmund Burrill, with Honors 

Sterling Matthew Campbell, Jr. 

Theodore Dean Christensen 

Paul Norman Clawson 

Jack Baldridge Coates 

Russell Keith Corley, with Honors 

Gordon Dale Creswell 

Clark Evans Dean 

George Bruce Douglas, Jr. 

Donald Ferdinand Ebarp 

James Edward Farr 

John Joseph Finnegan, with Honors 

John Gregory Gale 

Sidney Erwin Glenn, Jr. 

Richard Steve Heckenkamp 

Elmer George Henninger 

Vincent Dean Herreid 

Anthony Charles Hlinka 

Leland Mervin Inman 

John Thomas Julian 

John Walter Kuntz 



William Henry Langhoff 

James Lawrence Lee, with Honors 

John Robert Lewis 

John Marvin Linster 

John William Loy, Jr. 

Thomas Wimp Lynch 

Thomas William Magill 

Donald Stanley Mahlberg 

Donald Duane Manson 

James Robert Maris, with Honors 

George Anderson Cooke McBride 

Bryce Hill McFadden 

Bronko Jack Milich 

Vincent Paul Norris 

Donald William Oberg 

Quinton Douglas Olthoff 

Theodore Donald Puckorius, with 

Honors 
Anthony Joseph Rose 
Robert Lewis Seymour 
George Thomas Shapland 
Ralph Wallace Symons, with Honors 
Harry Albert Telander, Jr. 
Paul Arthur Wallhaus 
David Allen Waugh, with Honors 
Robert Lee Wilson 
William Parmenter Wilson 



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THE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 

Candidates presented by Robert Graham, B.S., D.V.M. 
Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Benton Charles Allen, Jr. 

Paul William Arndt 

Ira John Aves, Jr., with Honors 

Jack Carleton Boer 

Lawrence Gilbert Clark 

Vernon Lee Cockerill 

Richard Donald Coster 

John Alfred Gerdes 

Robert Charles Graham, with Honors 

Jason Elliott James 

Stanley Chester Kadlub 

Stephen Eugene McQuilkin 

Delwyn Vivian Meyer 

James Richard Meyer, with High 

Honors 
Walter David Mumme 



Walter Loy Myers 

Eugene Herman Nelson 

Neal Stanley Nelson 

Delano Lee Ohaver, with Honors 

Joan Marie Owens 

John Bowen Palenske 

Edwin Walbaum Short 

Marshall Van Slingerland 

Erwin Small 

Peter Henry Smith 

Lois Stansbury 

Jerry Ray Steffen 

Arnold Craig Taft, with Honors 

Gale Dean Taylor 

Ralph Albert Vinson, Jr. 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



James Weger Allison 

wallace elwyn brandt 

John Duane Clayton, with Honors 

Daniel Cohen 

Thomas Miles Drije 

Charles Arthur Esser 

Carl Fulton Ferrell, Jr. 

James Hubert Finnell 

James Edward Fitzgerald 

Frederick Ernest Fricke 

Lloyd Champ Helper 

Ralph Otto Holstein 

Darrell LaVerne Jessen 

Paul Eugene Johnson 

Norman DeWitt Jones 

Charles Morton Josephson 



Robert Joseph Keough 

J. D. Kerr 

James Stanley Larsen 

Dragutin Maksic 

Donald Val Osborne, with Honors 

Thomas Neil Phillips 

Dorothy Singleton Safanie 

Harvey Devon Schneider 

Walter George Schvvalbe 

George Harold Sheets, Jr. 

John Alan Shiels 

Russell Dean Smith 

Theodore Lowell Wagy 

Alexander Joseph Winter 

Ralph Fred Ziegler 



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Degrees Conferred August 16, 1954 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF AAASTER OF ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Frederick Clyde Armour, B.A.E., Art Institute of Chicago, 1952 
Bill Dale Colby, A.B., University of Denver, 1950 
John Loukos, B.F.A., John Herron Art Institute, 1951 
Fred David Peting, B.F.A., 1950 

IN CLASSICS 

Arthur Albert Rupprecht, Jr., A.B., Houghton College, 1952 

IN ECONOMICS 
Robert Allen Robertson, A.B., University of California, 1952 

IN EDUCATION 

Sam Bellone, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 

Mary Pauline Burtschi, A.B., Webster College, 1933 

Beulah Hoke Chapman, A.B., Illinois College, 1931 

Frances Madeline Fris'ch, A.B., Illinois College, 1931 

Kathryn Louise Gray, B.S., 1928 

Leo Kendall Paschal Hawkins, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1940 

Greta Syfert Howse, A.B., Greenville College, 1930 

IN ENGLISH 

Nancy Evans Cloyd, A.B., 1948 

Ruth Audrey Ivey, A.B., 1953 

Morton David Seigel, A.B., Syracuse University, 1948 

Peter Yutaka Sowa, A.B., 1952 

IN FRENCH 

Helen Wells Little, A.B., Oberlin College, 1938 

IN HISTORY 

Charles Hugh Clark, A.B., Wheaton College, 1953 
George Kenneth Hughes, A.B., 1949 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Maurice Race Buddemeier, B.S., 1951 

James Donald Di Iorio, A.B., Miami University, 195 1 

Paul Sinnett Elliott, A.B., Beloit College, 1950 

Stanley David Rostov, A.B., Oberlin College, 1948 

Maynard Norman Toussaint, A.B., Hamline University, 1953 

Lawrence Kenneth Williams, B.S., Tufts College, 1952 

IN MATHEMATICS 

James Sterling Ayars, A.B., Harvard College, 1953 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

James Richard Kerr, A.B., North Central College, 1953 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Ralph LeRoy Anderson, B.S., 1952 



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IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Dan Tom Bourbulas, A.B., 1953 

William Harweda Massie, A.B., Kentucky State College, 1950 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Audrey Farrell Borenstein, A.B., 1953 

William Henry Brown, B.S., Jackson College, 1950 

James Lester Price, B.S., Ohio State University, 1950 

IN SPANISH 
Robert Edward Rexer, A.B., 1952 

IN SPEECH 

Mary Jane DeHaas, B.F.A., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1953 

Ralph Jay Johnson, A.B., 1952 

Wilford Leach, A.B., College of William and Mary, 1949 

Lois Mae Oneson, A.B., Carthage College, 1953 

Stephen Patrick Quigley, A.B., University of Denver, 1953 

IN STATISTICS 

Gene Howard Golub, B.S., 1953 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Burl Lee Covan, B.S., 1953 

Barbara Jean Esthus, B.S., Northwestern University, 1953 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Robert Dana Furry, A.B., Illinois College, 1925 

Charlotte Herlinger, A.B., 1953 

Demetra Karakourtis, A.B., 1953 

Earl Luther Miller, B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College, 1951 

Donald Wayne Ommen, B.S., 1949 

Ingar Britt Quist, B.S., Northwestern University, 1953 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

Veryl Alvin Chausse, A.B., Washington University, 1946 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Robert Alfred Mallary, A.B., 195 1 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Robert Paul Behling, B.S., A.B., University of Denver, 1949 

Arthur Hoverland, B.S., Miami University, 1951 

Arthur Leonard Karneck, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1953 

James Augustus Masters, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1952 

John Francis Stengel, B.S., 1951 

Robert Gene Stevens, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

Henry Jackson Velsor, Jr., B.S., Hofstra College, 1949 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Winthrop Adolph Gustafson, B.S., 1950 

Lembit Pottsepp, B.S., 1953 

Maido Saarlas, B.S., 1953 

Franklin Robert Schmidt, Jr., B.S., Purdue University, 1948 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Robert Wallace Graham, B.S., 1951 

Edna Olivia St. Hilaire N., B.S., University of Panama, 1952 

Dean Fanning Tuthill, B.S., Cornell University, 1949 

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IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

John Leslie Duewer, B.S., 1953 
Dana Mendel Lewis, Jr., B.S., 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Howard Leslie Wakeland, B.S., 1950 

IN AGRONOMY 

Edgar Inselberg, B.S., Cornell University, 1953 
Nguyen Van Mung, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1953 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Donald Lafayette Staheli, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1953 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Martha Reyburn Sheek, A.B., Indiana University, 1949 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

John Wesley Hunnell, B.S., 1953 

Donald Adelbert Swanson, A.B., Augustana College, 1949 

Phillip Lee Young, B.S., Prairie View University, 1950 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Paul Alan Kenline, B.Ch.E., Syracuse University, 1953 
John Edward Klein, B.Ch.E., Syracuse University, 1953 
James Richard Nichols, B.Ch.E., University of Delaware, 1953 
Francis Stephen Pramuk, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1953 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Glenn Wherry Cullen, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1953 
Elizabeth Christa Gohrbandt, B.S., 1953 
William Julius Wechter, B.S., 1953 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Merrill Eldon Barnes, B.S., University of Idaho, 1947 

Roger Alexander Bertram, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1943 

John William Brennan, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 

Edward Henry Bultm*nn, Jr., B.S., Tulane University, 1952 

David Paul Cunning, B.C.E.. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1944 

John Carroll Guillou, B.Eng., University of Southern California, 1943 

John Wendle Hutchinson, B.S., 1951 

Robert John Mayerjak, B.S., University of Connecticut, 1952 

Howard Leroy Murphy, B.S., Detroit Institute of Technology, 1941 

Edwin Dennis Patterson, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 

Donald Herman Schnepper, A.B., Carthage College, 1943; B.S., 1951 

Hanka Wanda Sobczak, C.E., M.E., E.E., University of Rio Grande deSul, 1951, 

1953 

William Helm Sturman, B.S., New Mexico College of Agricultural and Me- 
chanical Arts, 1948 

Worthen Allen Walls, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1949 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Jeannette Mary Althoff, B.S., 1950 
Marion Irvin Meeker, B.S., 1947 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

William Thomas Akers, B.S., Rutgers University, 1953 

James Francis Derek Greenhalgh, B.S., University of Cambridge, 1953 

Gilbert B. Manning, A.B., 1950 

Durward Olds, D.V.M., Ohio State University, 1943 

IN ECONOMICS 
Paramesh Ray, B.S., 1953 

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IN EDUCATION 

Barbara Dickinson Corcoran, B.S., 1952 

Warren John Elliott, B.S., A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

John Leslie Finucane, A.B., University of Texas, 1941 

Charles Lee Fowler, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1948 

Robert Cregier Lindhorn, B.S., Northwestern University, 1949 

Richard Diedrich Meyer, B.S., 1947 

Paul Robert Olson, B.S., 1949 

Guy Oland Petty, B.S., 1947 

Sister Mary Joseph Weigand, A.B., College of St. Francis, 1946 

Janice Tate Wohlwend, B.S., Southeast Missouri State College, 1947 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Richard Charles Becker, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1953 

Wilbur Burnard Botzong, B.S., Louisiana State University, 1948 

Raymond Leonard Eckman, B.S., 1953 

Robert Emmet Finnigan, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1949 

Oleg Golubjatnikov, B.S., 1952 

Fredrick Arthur Hamilton, B.S., 1949 

Raymond Wendel Honey, B.S., 1953 

Howard Frederick Kidder, B.E.E., University of Minnesota, 1948 

John Ludwig Muerle, B.S., 1953 

Ramaswami Lakshmi Narayen, B.S., Nizam College, 1949; B.Eng., Osmania 

University, 1953 
Ernest Wollin, B.E.E., New York University, 1951 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Arthur Johnston Bugh, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 
Henry John Ebrey, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1943 
Henry Gerard Phillips, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 

IN GEOLOGY 

Henry Seawell Brown, A.B., Berea College, 1952 
John Seaman Porter, B.S., University of Kansas, 1953 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Eugene Michael Cox, B.S., 1953 

Walter Maurice Jewsbury, B.S., 1953 

Robert Herman Steuck, B.S., Wisconsin State College, 1953 

William George Zanetakos, B.S., 1953 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Sonia Wilmetta Jefferson, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1947 
Marilyn Womeldorff, B.S., 1953 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Syna McNair Boston, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1941 
Mary Virginia Dickman Brewer, B.S., A.M., MacMurray College, 1942, 1948 
Alberta Smith Collins, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1947 
Dorothea Mae Gahan, A.B., Los Angeles State College, 1953 
Kathryn Kristoff, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Lula Henriola O'Neal, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1939 
Virginia Rae Osborne, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1937 
Hazel Elizabeth Schaad, B.S., 1937 

IN HORTICULTURE 

Yehia Hassan Foda, B.S., Ibrahim Pasha University, 1947 
Syle Arthur Jayne, B.S., 1951 

IN JOURNALISM 

Donald Valentine Erickson, B.S., 1951 

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IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Elizabeth Truman Baughn, A.B., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 
1940 

Erwin Charles Burmeister, B.S., 1953 

Ruth Lillian Cale, A.B., 1953 

Doris Luella Miller Carson, A.B., Kansas Wesleyan University, 1933; A.M., 
University of Kansas, 1941 

Marion Virginia Christian, A.B., Wellesley College, 1950 

Dorothy Beecher Clark, B.Mus., University of Wisconsin, 1918 

Mary Joan Collett, A.B., Maryville College, 1947; A.M., Washington University, 
1950 

Virginia Dana, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1936 

Deborah Shackelford Fisher, A.B., Dillard University, 1939; B.S.(L.S.) t 1948 

Helen Louise Foster, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1935 

Charline Galloway, A.B., Indiana University, 1926 

Louise Guthrie, B.S., Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical 
College, 1953 

Dorothy Elizabeth Hays Hansen, A.B., 1950 

John Bunyan Howell, Jr., A.B., Furman University, 1945; A.B.(L.S-), Emory 
University, 1946 

Dorothy Annetta King, A.B., Harris Teachers College, 1941; B.Th., Greenville 
College, 1946; A.M., Eden Seminary, 1948 

Arthur Claude Kulp, A.B., Cornell University, 1942; B.S.(L.S.), Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1947 

Walter Raymond Lund, A.B., Eureka College, 1950 

Floyd Waldo Miller, A.B., Findlay College, 1938; B.S.(L.S.), A.M., Western 
Reserve University, 1940, 1941 

Robert Joseph Myers, A.B., Augustana College, 1952 

Janet Rose Pinney, A.B., Connecticut College, 1950 

Beverly Charlotte Provo, A.B., 1951 

Robert William Roehr, B.S., Washington University, 1950 

Theodore Arthur Rupprecht, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Herbert Lyman Searcy, A.B., Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College, 1946; 
A.M., Ohio State University, 1948 

Sister Mary Eleanore Ryan, B.S., B.S.(L.S.), 1933, 1941 

James O. Smith, B.B.A., University of Toledo, 1950 

Josephine Fawcett Thompson, A.B., West Virginia State College, 1932; A.M., 
B.S.(L.S.), Atlanta University, 1939, 1944 

John Riley Watt, A.B., McKendree College, 1951 

Edward Cooper Werner, B.S., Indiana University, 1939; B.S.(L.S-), 1940 

Carrie Brown White, B.S., Arkansas Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal Col- 
lege, 1045 

Lucien Wendell White, A.B., Augustana College, 1935; A.M., Ph.D., 1944, 1947 

Marilyn Williamson, A.B., Southwest Missouri State College, 1953 

William Vere Wolf, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1939; M.Mus., Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, 1950 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Hayden Donald Groy, B.S., 1952 

Donald Herbert Johnson, B.S., 105 1 

Stuart Ruwe, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1953 

James Roy Starnes, B.S., Boston University, 1950 

Ernest Garrett Stone, A.B., The Principia, 1950 

IN MARKETING 
Robert Dow Buzzell, A.B., George Washington University, 1953 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Lois Vivian Cline, B.S., University of Tulsa, 1942 

George Jack Mobille, B.S., 1953 

Richard Stewart Wimpress, A.B., Cornell College, 1950 



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IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Juan Pun Chong, B.S., University of California, 1953 

Burzoe Khushro Ghandhi, B.S., 1953 

Hem Chander Gupta, Delhi Polytechnic 

Venkat Ram Reddy, B.Eng., Osmania University, 1952 

IN MINING ENGINEERING 
Leonard Leon Felts, B.S., 1952 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Achilles Balabanis, B.Mus.Ed., University of Wichita, 1953 
Mallalieu Caldwell Curlee, B.S., Southern University (Louisiana), 1949 
Dwight Emery Dyer, B.Mus.Ed., University of Oklahoma, 1951 
Kenneth Eugene Fahsbender, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1949 
Nora Gretchen Hieronymus, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1950 
Arthur Lawrence Johnson, A.B., Carthage College, 1938; M.S., 1950 
August Eldon Johnson, B.Ed., Vandercook School of Music, 1950 
Robert Paul Keener, B.Mus.Ed., Millikin University, 1950 
Frederick Dean Lawler. B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1952 
George William Robinson, B.Mus., North Texas State College, 1048 
Max Monroe Syfert, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 
Mary Louise Underriner, B.S., St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, 1951 
Floyd Burton Wilson, B.S., 1940 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Isabelle Marian Bohman, B.S., Skidmore College, 1951 

William Franklin Buckellew, B.S., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1953 

Kevin Patrick Corry, B.S., 1953 

James Leslie Gadbury, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Gene Charles Gephart, A.B., DePauw University, 1953 

Robert Russell Johnson, B.S., 1943 

Moonie Hyek Kong, B.S., Springfield College, 1950 

William Russell Leonhardt, B.S., Springfield College, 1951 

Grace Elaine Matz, B.S., Madison College, 1953 

Frederick Jesse Olsson, B.S., Arizona State College, 1951 

Frederick Boys Roby, Jr., B.S., Pennsylvania State Teachers College, 1953 

Walter Arlington Smith, B.S., Springfield College, 1953 

Paul Peter Voisard, B.S., Indiana University, 1950 

Logan Francis Wagner, B.S., Greenville College, 1950 

Morris Wiener, B.S., George Peabody College for Teachers, 1953 

Robert Bruce Wikstrom, A.B., Albion College, 1953 

James Nelson Wright, Jr., B.S., Temple University, 1953 

Forrest Vance Zimmermann, B.S., South Dakota State College, 1953 

IN PHYSICS 

Bradford Stearns Brown, A.B., Harvard College, 1953 

Ralph Sherman Cooper, B.Ch.E., Cooper Union, 1953 

Thomas Leo Estle, A.B., Rice Institute, 1953 

Norwood Babcock Gove, A.B., Harvard College, 1953 

Icko Iben, Jr., A.B., Harvard College, 1953 

Carl Raeside Kannewurf, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1953 

John Randolph Manning, B.S., Ursinus College, 1953 

James Edgar Mercereau, A.B., Pomona College, 1953 

John Robert Schrieffer, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953 

Richard Walter Senseman, B.S., Louisiana State University and Agricultural 

and Mechanical College, 1947 
Alfred Carl Switendick, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

William Finley Agnew, A.B., Wheaton College, 1949 
Lottie Vera Blanton, A.B., Westhampton College, 1945 



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Gerald Cohen, A.B., 1950 

Donald Bernard Doemling, B.S., St. Benedict's College, 1952 

David Cecil Halvorson, B.S., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1953 

IN RECREATION 

Remedios Brual Generoso, B.S., University of Philippines, 1949 
Walter Everett Philips, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1953 
Hanson Douglas Sessoms, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1953 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Stacy Evelyn Johnson Davenport, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1948 
Jean Marie Montfort, B.S., University of Missouri, 1952 
Mary Ann Randall, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Glen Everett Foster, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Richard Regis Runge, B.S., 1953 
Robert Eugene Sforza, B.S., 1953 

IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 
John Henry Friedlein, B.S., 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Charles William Brim, B.S., 1947 

Mary Frances Burr, B.S., 1951 

Earl DeGroot, A.B., Hope College, 1950 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

John Court Levy, B.S., Imperial College, 1945 

Hubert Ronald O'Reilly, B.C.E., Manhattan College, 1953 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Saralee Rochelle Eisner, B.F.A., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1953 

Daniel Richard Eller, B.Mus., 1953 

Marilyn Jane Engert, B.Mus., American Conservatory of Music, 1952 

Julia Margaret Lampley, B.Mus., Converse College, 1953 

Robert Lee Neill, B.Mus., 1953 

Noel Eugene Rousey, A.B., Illinois College, 1950 

Kenneth Glen Smith, B.Mus., 1953 

George Harrison Walter, Jr., B.F.A., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1953 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

John Bartlett Adams, A.B., North Central College, 1952 

Pearle Morehouse Allen, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1952 

Mary Florence Alston, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1946 

Elizabeth Jane Craggs Amidei, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 

Edmonia Jackson Arm and, B.S., Lincoln University, 1939 

Paul Thomas Arnold, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Grace Kendall Banks, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1951 

David Harold Barnhart, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Helen Wynette Becker, B.S., 1947 

John Hurless Bicket, B.S., 1949 

Elsie Irey Blair, A.B., Capital University, 1933 

Marie Fields Boda, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1946 

Mayme Dorothy Bolin, A.B., Augustana College, 1942 

Earl L. Bonner, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1949 

Mildred Rogers Bonner, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1949 

Clyde Raymond Born, B.S., Millikin University, 1947 



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Betty Jane Bosdell, A.B., Alabama College, 1949 

Marion Randall Bradbeer, B.S., 1951 

Robert Isadore Brand, A.B., Illinois College, 1952 

Vekna Lenore Brannen, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1948 

Walter Bruce Bright, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1937 

Leona Echternach Brown, B.S., 1944 

Robert Edgar Brown, B.S., 1949 

Gerald Butler, A.B., Texas College, 1951 

Mary Ruth Cagle, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1942 

Lawrence John Callan, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 

Helen Ann Carey, B.S., Kent State University, 1950 

Oathur Charles Carpenter, B.S., 1951 

Mamie Emma Casna, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1948 

Rosemarie Castelli, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Adelle Cavaletto, B.S., 1951 

Stanley Wyman Charlesworth, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1949 

Charlotte Irene Clarke, A.B., University of Arizona, 1950 

Edward Clarke, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 195 1 

Fern Council Cockrum, B.S., Bradley University, 1951 

Ray Clifford Coffeneerry, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

James Ronald Coleman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Arleen Arter Cramer, A.B., McKendree College, 1949 

Hazel Reola Cress, A.B., Illinois College, 1939 

Althea Carrie Alexander Cross, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 

Lois Muriel Crum, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Janette Maguire Dillavou, B.S., 1949 

David Webster Donald, B.S., Quincy College, 1949 

Patricia Jean Donald, B.S., Quincy College, 1949 

Harold Theodore Drake, B.S., 1948 

Robelye Trumba Dungy, B.S., 1951 

Paul Laverne Eckert, B.S., 1951 

Paul Revere Emerson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1942 

Wylma Ward Englander, B.S., Lincoln University, 1946 

Robert Charles Erwin, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1941 

William Robert Ferguson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1942 

Stanford Gene Fornof, B.S., State Teachers College (Pennsylvania), 1950 

Fred Ellsworth Frankson, A.B., Hamline University, 1924 

Mary Elizabeth Frazier, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950 

Nellie Wantland Freeman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Patricia Graham Fuller, A.B., University of Kansas, 1948 

Valle Harold Funk, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1950 

Herbert Wilson Garman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Alma Getz, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 

Ruth Haner Gotchef, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1936 

Mildred Dye Gray, B.S., 1951 

Frank Corwin Green, B.S., Millikin University, 1950 

Joseph Henry Gross, B.S., 1951 

Faynelle Louise Haehn, A.B., St. Ambrose College, 1940 

William Thomas Hale, A.B., Bates College, 1953 

Margery Alice Haraldson, A.B., 1950 

Betty Martin Harris, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

Rose Theresa Hartman, A.B., 1949 

Donald Loren Harvick, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 

George Leslie Henderson, B.S., 1948 

Lorraine Louise Huck, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1945 

Frank Hughey, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

Ruth Thompson Huss, B.S., 1942 

Vernon Lyle Husted, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 

Birdie Mae Palmer Jackson, B.S., Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State 

College, 1938 
Irma Pearl Alexander James, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1953 
Odile Marie Johnson, B.S., Southern University (Louisiana), 1948 
Vivian Brady Jones, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1930 

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Mabel Redman Jordan, B.S., 1952 

Vera Elizabeth Bennett Keller, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

Bruce David Kempf, A.B., Carthage College, 1950 

Dean Weber Kessler, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 

Catherine Margaret Kiel, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1948 

F. Bernice King, B.Ed., Western Illinois State College, 1933 

Stanley Leroy Klaus, B.S., 1940 

Lena Sylvia Knoche, A.B., Colorado State College of Education, 1949 

Eva Mae Glick Knott, B.S., 1950 

Delmer Dwain Launius, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

John Aaron Lawson, Jr., B.S., Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1936 

Richard Spalding Leever, A.B., Illinois College, 1947; A.M., University of Texas, 

1949 
Michael Emil Lenich, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1935 
John Bruce Lewis, B.S., 1949 
Wilbur Liehr, B.S., 1941 
Donald Parker Little, B.S., 1951 

Irene Vivian Livingstone, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 
Richard Peirce Lothrop, A.B., College of Wooster, 1949 
Margaret Aloysia Mallach, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Paul Eugene Mann, B.S., Beloit College, 1951 
Iva Jane Dunkle Marriner, A.B., 1926 
Russell Henry Mau, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1951 
Bertha Leone Maurer, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Carolyn Berry Mayberry, B.S., Langston University, 1940 
William Merle McCaffrey, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1950 
Willard John McCarthy, B.S., Stout Institute, 1950 
Betty Lorraine McClerren, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1952 
John Warren McDougal, A.B., Evansville College, 1950 
Robert Leo Metcalf, B.S., Valparaiso University, 1950 
George Robert Miller, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
Lona Madge Miller, B.S., Northwest Missouri State College, 1948 
Raymond Edward Miller, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
John Richard Mills, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
Sam Milosevich, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947 
Samuel Stuart Montooth, B.S., 1937 

Kenneth Edwin Neubert, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 
Eunice Deffenbaugh Nicely, A.B., 1946 
Peter John Notaras, A.B., McKendree College, 1946 
Elmer Christian Oberlies, A.B., Carthage College, 1938 
William James O'Connor, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1952 
Dorothy Ann O'Neal, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1953 
Robert Amos Paxson, A.B., Eureka College, 1952 
Donald Roberts Pennington, A.B., 1952 
Kenneth George Perreault, B.S., 1942 

Edwynna Lorraine Perry, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1952 
JoAnn Benway Peterson, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1948 
Juanita Strong Poff, B.S., 1952 
Mary Lou Pummill, A.B., McKendree College, 1951 
Richard Earl Purdue, B.S., 1951 

Guy Edward Quillman, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1938 
Alice Berniece Ray, B.S., 1952 

Raeburn Andrew Rehn, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1940 
Francis Leslie Rhoads, A.B., Greenville College, 1953 
Byford Glenn Richardson, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 
James Riley, B.S., M.S., 1946, 1947 
Donald Dale Robinett, B.S., 1950 
Clara Alt Ross, B.S., 1952 

Thelma Lucille Rounds, A.B., Ambrose College, 1951 
Ruby Joslin Ruch, A.B., Indiana University, 1926 
Paul Oliver Rust, A.B., Illinois College, 1949 
Pete Salazar, Jr., B.S., 1951 
Mildred Clare Schmitz, B.S., 1947 
Roger Bernard Schriefer, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

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Ardath Kucera Scott, A.B., Augustana College, 1950 
Claude Vernon Scott, Jr., A.B., 1951 

Virginia Marian Segar, B.S., Washington University, 1943 
Eunice Zimmerman Shaver, A.B., Lincoln University, 1945 
Charles George Shirley, A.B., Eureka College, 1950 

Sister Mary Rosamonda Hurley, B.S., Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1942 
Sister Mary Michaela O'Donnell, B.S., Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1941 
James Thomas Smith, Jr., B.S., 1948 
Jewell Askew Smith, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1944 
Howard Hans Spicker, B.S., 1953 

Mary Phyllis Stevens, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Berdyne Trenwyck Stewart, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1942 
Anna May Cross Strickland, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
W'ilma Ann Sumner, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Lyall Warren Taubert, B.S., 1948 

Kenneth Lloyd Taylor, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 
Ellen Akins Thiel, B.S., State Teachers College (Buffalo, New York), 1951 
Robert Wayne Trail, B.S., Murray State Teachers College, 1947 
Raymond Curtis Truebe, A.B., Greenville College, 1950 
Wanda Fugate Turner, B.S., 1951 
Donald Peter Van Rossen, B.S., 1953 

Benny Stinson Vineyard, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Frank Adam Walters, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 
James Clyde Warren, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Lillian Marcia Weaver, A.B., Lincoln University, 1951 
Robert Dean Webb, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 
Richard Clinton Wedel, B.S., Beloit College, 1938; B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute, 1944 
Blanche Narcissa White, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1949 
Doris Jean Wilson, B.S., 1953 

Willard Clark Young, A.B., Indiana University, 1950 
Mabel Bushmeyer Zinn, B.S., Bradley University, 1930 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Harold Harman Alexander, B.F.A., 1950 

Wesley Wayne Hilligoss, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Perry Nicholas Ragouzis, B.F.A., 1951 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Laura Rebecca Baker, B.S., M.E., Colorado State College, 1929, 1943 

Eldon Ellis Bethard, B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948, 1950 

Leroy Francis Brandt, B.Ed., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1941, 1948 

Glen Edward Carleton, B.S., Ed.M., 1950, 1952 

John Angelino Carlino, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1950 

Gordon LaVon Davis, A.B., A.M., 1949, 1951 

Clifford Emerson Evans, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947; M.S., 1950 

Ralph Wayne Fromknecht, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927; A.M., 

University of Missouri, 1939 
John Mario Geninatti, B.S., M.S., 1939, 1950 

Howard Eugene Greer, Ed.B., Southern Illinois University, 1932; A.M., 1936 
Owen Everett Humphrey, B.Ed., State Teachers College (Wisconsin), 1947; 

M.S., University of Arkansas, 1949 
Hugh Earl Jones, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1947; M.S., 1951 
Joseph A. Kafka, B.S., A.M., Murray State College, 1949, 1950 
Estel Edwin Logan, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949; M.S., 1952 
Albert John Lundberg, B.S., M.S., 1940, 1950 

Victor Lynn Meneley, A.B., 1943; A.M., University of Arizona, 1950 
Lowell Ted Morgan, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 
Frank Robert Morse, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1947; M.S., 1951 



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Paul Franklin Rainey, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1947; Ed.M., 

1953 
Kenneth Eugene Roll, B.S., M.S., 1943, 1952 
Joseph Carroll Rutherford, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1937; M.S., 

1945 
Truman Percy Smith, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1936; M.S., 1950 
Robert Henry Zeller, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1948; M.S., 1951 

HONORS 

BRONZE TABLET 

Algirdas Anthony Avizienis, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
Ann Orton Herreid, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 



THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AGRICULTURE 



Leland Elmer Ashby, Jr. 
Edward John Behm 
James LeRoy Cline 
John Clark Esarey 
Ralph Leo Goodman 
Owen Roscoe Ingram, Jr. 
Ralph Ford Lanterman 
John Edward Launer 



Freeman Douglas Marti, with High 

Honors 
Maurice Stanley McLoughlin 
James Martin Mitchell 
Richard Charles Oldenburg 
William Lewis Ruble 
Floyd George Wohrley 



John Carl Boyce 



IN FLORICULTURE 

Charles Richard Reid 



Elizabeth Hopkins 
Sue Kay Hummeland 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Joanne English Marshall 
Rosemary Boys Miller 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Mary May Pinkerton 



THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Raymond Beach Beebe 
Donald Howard Brin 
Charles Terry Dooley 
Leo William Franz 



Delon Hampton 
Robert Eugene Lenzini 
Michael Francis Maude 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Algirdas Anthony Avizienis, with 

High Honors 
George Aaron Dain 
James Ferdinand Fairman, Jr. 
Henry Ferdinand Fischer, Jr. 
James Robert Fischer 
George Joe Janser 



Donald Elmar Jensen 
Spencer Edward Leifheit 
Raymond Edward Miller 
Luis Alberto Morales C. 
Roy Takeshi Ogasawara 
Kenneth Edgar Prescher 
Yuksel Seler 



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Fred Albert Dieter 



Richard Charles Smith 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 

Chih-Han Sah, with High Honors 

IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 
IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Ronald Frederick Alfirevic 

Roger John Borris 

Ajit Kumar Chellani 

Robert Irving Fannin 

William Alfred Hagemeyer, Jr. 

Richard Paul Jeffery, Jr. 

Romualdas Kasuba 

Arthur Thomas Leonard Kroll 



William Anthony Kunz 
Hao-Wen Liu 
Norman Bernard Migdal 
Frank Greenshields Mingay 
Charles Robert Reinthaler 
Rudolph William Schutz 
George Frederick Wilson 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 
Richard William Chester 



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Elizabeth Alma Ann Huck 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Ralph Edmund Beck 

Edith Maria Binde, with Honors in 

Economics 
Muriel Catherine Boehl 
Anne Crawford 
Lawrence John Dell 
Milan Dobrovic 
James Edward Esch 
George Lewis Fearheiley 
Judith Ann Finn 
Eleanor Jean Franz 
John William Glenn, Jr. 
Robert Lee Havens 
Ann Orton Herreid, with Highest 

Honors in Psychology 
Earl Kenneth Holstege 
Margaret Louise Huebner 
William James Keller 
Mary Webster Mannison 
Doris Elaine Manus 
George Dimitroff Matzureff 
William Thomas McClure, Jr., with 

High Honors in Political Science 
James Walter McNeil 



Marie Helen Melville, with High 
Honors in Political Science 

Clark Allan Montgomery 

Sherwin Nelson 

Annabel Linn Nye 

Thomas Joseph O'Hara 

Edward Vincent Quartetti 

David Rarick 

William Russell Richards 

Jack Hammond Rolens 

Thomas Chapin Rose 

Wanda Sikora 

Jacob Richard Skouby, with Highest 
Honors in Political Science 

Hazel Montooth Smith 

Steve Joseph Smith 

Lawrence Calvin Stevenson 

Charles Franklin Swearingen 

Arnold Marshal Tatar 

Lyle Eugene Wacaser 

Kazimiera Sadowski Wilkins, with 
Honors in Spanish 

John Patrick Young 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Carol Sandra Gurolnick 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 
Alva Forrest Kimler James Ernest Mennell 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Carole Overmier Bettinghaus 



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THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Russel Kenneth Code, with Highest Ronald Eugene Rathbun, with 

Honors Highest Honors 

Norman Dean Hupp Saif Rahman Samedy 

Lawrence John Lang 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Donald Fred Knaack Robert George Scholz 

Ronald Frederick Lange, with 
Highest Honors 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Richard James Dysart Allan Stern 

Salvatore Michael La Gioia Darrell Bernard Wiley 

Edward Ross 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Vivian Delano Adams Donna Lyons Holscher 

Josephine Helen App 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Clyde Elliott Robbins 



THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 

Edith Sanders Abernathie Elisabeth Dawn Lewis 

Gwendolyn Marie Cartwright Viola Brenner Lober 

Margaret Grennan Forrestal Sophia Frederick Lutz 

Rachael Roth Knudson Mamie Fordyce Taylor 

IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Judith Ann Siegal 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

Elizabeth Jean Boarchuk Patricia Ann McAteer, with Honors 

Mae Arlista Bowen Janet Ann Niebergall 

Lucille Mary Bruner Mildred Johnson Shelton, with High 

Lucille Patricia Buzelli Honors 

Leona Helen Cornelius Carolyn Tina Sutcher, with Honors 

Mary Kathryn Martin Huser Elaine Vlachos 

Mary Kazarian Helen Clara Wotnoski 

Ellen Yasue Masuno 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 

Theodore Edward Desch, A.B., 1953 Richard Charles Kavanagh, A.B., 
Wallace Seymour Feldman, A.B., Georgetown University, 1948 

1952 Martin Joseph Keating, B.S., 1953 

Roald Arnt Jacobsen, B.S., 1953 J. Robert Stapleton, A.B., 1952 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Norman Victor Clough 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Arthur John Basso, Jr. John William Heddens, Jr. 

Dennis Charles Brady Joseph Willis Kettlestrings 

Robert Louis DePauw Jacob Isaac Sadovv 

Robert Earle Donahue Earle Eugene Sanders, Jr. 

Harold Irvin Dycus Harry Chester Solomonson 

Jacqueline Peters Fricke Dean Edward Thom 

Richard Charles Grigalauski Richard Dean Tindall 

IN COMMERCE AND LAW 

Wayne Lee Bickes James Ronald Watson 

Roger Arthur Clark William Allen Young 

IN ECONOMICS 

William Henry Beaver Wallace Carruthers Manville, Jr. 

Edward Louis Brockmeier James Richard Murphy 

Alex William Chiaro Kenton Ellis Smith 

David Whitney Ferris 

IN FINANCE 

Frank William Mezek John Harold Thompson 

IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 
Paul James Felker Harold John Rietveld 

IN MANAGEMENT 
Paul Edward Burkholder Charles Allen Prescott 

Richard Eugene Fedro Gordon George Richards 

Kenneth Elmer James Marvin Maurice Weiler, with Honors 

Robert Wilbur Locklin, with Honors Bradley Wendell Wellington 
Norman Leon Pool Kenneth Carl Wheeler 

IN MARKETING 

Robert Claire Campbell Richard Melvin Kohlhagen 

Gerald Peter Dempsey Walter Richard Kurth 

Keith Merritt Hazzard Lyle Eurice Lipe 

Robert Louis Johnson Richard John Parkhill 

Katsuto Kagawa Herbert Curtis White 
Kathleen Phyliss Kennedy 

IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 
Harold Berman 

THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 

Marian Leftwich Davis, with Honors Betty Burgess Sheldon 

Burford Haynes Hawkins Martha June Xetzel Sleeman 

Robert Murray Kanni Eddie Nathan Williams 
Robert Wiley Lavender 



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THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 

Roger Wayne Duerst John Benedict Schnitzius, with 

Albert Francik Highest Honors 

Vytautas Victor as Lapatinskas 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Howard William Phillips 

IN ARCHITECTURE 
Carl Robert Hoglund 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

James Lee Campbell Marion David Pais 

Jeanne Marie Dundon Charlotte Millbrook Trautwein, 

Karl William Fuss, with Honors with Honors 

John Trafton Howe Martin Truman Whited 

Natalia Kochan Morrison 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Kermit Eugene Lindberg 

IN ART EDUCATION 
Doris Nevada Pearson 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Jack William Ergo, with High Edward Alexander Wilcox 

Honors 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Roy Malcolm Strom John Griffith Williams 

IN RECREATION 

Gene Arthur Conner Lois Havel Unfer 

Richard Edward Miller 



THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 

FOR WAR VETERANS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

Rollin Bruce Ashton Albert Bernard Hollinden, with 

John Pierce Baldwin Honors 

William Edward Bondy Robert Wilfred Procunier 

Jack Jay Eggspuehler August Justin Zoeller 

George William Gibson 



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Degrees Conferred October 15, 1954 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
Barkat Ali Azhar, B.S., Agricultural College, Pakistan, 1948 ; M.S., A.M., 1952, 

Clarence P. Schumaier, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1948; B.S., M.S., 

1950, I95i 

IN AGRONOMY 

Kazys Charles Labanauskas, Diploma Agriculturist, University of Stuttgart 
(Germany) 1947; M.S., 1953 . , , _ . >yr c 

Harihar Nath Mehrotra, B.S., Allahabad Agricultural Institute, 1945; M.b., 
University of Allahabad, 1947 

Jack Loren Nelson, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1950 

Herbert Lester Portz, B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin, 1948, 1951 

Milton Davis Shulman, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Hans Fisher, B.S., Rutgers University, 1950; M.S., University of Connecticut, 

1952 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Waco Worthy Albert, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1948; M.S., Oklahoma 
Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1949 _ . . , 

Don Irvin Gard, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1950; M.S., Oklahoma Agricul- 
tural and Mechanical College, 1952 

Duane Earl Ullrey, B.S., M.S., Michigan State College, 1950, 1951 

IN BOTANY 

William Alexander Brun, B.S., University of Miami, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Edward Harold Coe, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Minnesota, 1949, 195* 
Gouri Rani Ghosh, B.S., Ravenshaw College, 1943; M.S., Patna University, 1950 
Walter Webb Heck/B.S., Ohio State University, 1947; M.S., University of 

Tennessee, 1950 
Harold Herman Kuehn, A.B., Montana State University, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Franklin Charles Lane, B.S., Wheaton College, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Robert William Lichtwardt, A.B., Oberlin College, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Mei Lin, B.S., National Tsing Hua University, 1948 
Irwin Bernard Perlis, A.B., University of California, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN BUSINESS 

Frank Myron Bass, Jr., B.B.A., Southwestern University, 1949; M.B.A., Uni- 
versity of Texas, 1950 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Sheldon Kaye Friedlander, B.S., Columbia University, 1949; M.S., Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1950 

John Emilio Romano, B.Ch.E., The City College of New York, 1951; M.S., 1953 

Chung Yu Shen, B.Ch.E., National Southwest Associated University, 1942; 
M.Ch.E., University of Louisville, 1950 

John Henry Sinfelt, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1951; M.S., 1953 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Victor Daniel Aftandilian, A.B., Whitman College, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 
Stanley Anthony Bartkiewicz, B.S., Indiana University, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 
Alexander Beresniewicz, B.S., Marquette University, 1950 



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Daryle Hadley Busch, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1951; M.S., 1952 

Paul La Verne Cook, A.B., Hope College, 1950; M.S., 1952 

Wilmer Ray Cornman, Jr., B.S., LaFayette College, 1950 

James William Currier, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 

Louis Harold Diamond, A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

John Robert Dyer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950 

Fabian Tien-Hwa Fang, B.S., National Central University, 1949; M.S., 1952 

Robert Leigh Fischer, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1950; M.S., 

195 1 
Arjeh Baruch Galun, M.S., Hebrew University, 1948 
Stanley Jensen Gill, A.B., Harvard College, 1951 
Robert Nelson Hammer, A.B., A.M., University of Kansas, 1947, 1949 
Theodore Joseph Kneip, B.Chem., University of Minnesota, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Lewis Irvin Krimen, B.S., Albright College, 1951; M.S., 1952 
David Millard Locke, B.S., University of Michigan, 1951; M.S., 1952 
Calvin Lee Long, B.S., Wake Forest College, 1948; M.S., North Carolina State 

College, 195 1 
John Angus MacDonald, B.E., M.S., University of Saskatchewan, 1949, 1951 
Robert Allen Osteryoung, B.S., Ohio University, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Robert Frederick Sympson, B.S., Monmouth College, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Paul David Thomas, A.B., Rutgers University, 1949 
Marvin Tunis, A.B., Hunter College, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Philip Erwin Wiegert, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Leonard Andrew Harris, B.S., Stanford University, 1950; M.S., 1953 

IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY 

Roy Arthur Swanson, A.B., B.S., A.M., University of Minnesota, 1948, 1949, 

I95i 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Kenneth Ambrose Tabler, B.S., M.S., West Virginia University, 1948, 1949 

IN ECONOMICS 

Bogdan Mieczkowski, B.S., University of London, 1950; A.M., 1953 
Charles John VanDewater, A.B., Hobart College, 1942 ; A.M., New School for 
Social Research, 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Mostafa Kamel Badran, B.S., Fouad University, 1943; Dip. Educ, Institute of 

Education, 1946; M.S., 1952 
Earl Edward Balthazar, A.B., University of Kansas, 1941 ; A.M., University of 

Connecticut, 1949 
Leonard S. Blackman, A.B., M.S., Syracuse University, 1950, 1951 
William Duncan Davidson McNeill, B.Ed., Ed.M., University of Saskatchewan, 

1949, 1950 
Bernard Mehl, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Clarence Leroy Coates, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Kansas, 1944, 1948 

James Edgar Etter, B.S., M.S., 1946, 1948 

Nick Holonyak, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 

Carl Theodore Adolf Johnk, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1941; B.S., Missouri School 

of Mines, 1942; M.S., 1948 
Alan Duryea Sutherland, B.E.E., Cornell University, 1946; M.S., 1949 

IN ENGLISH 

June Dudley Bailey, A.B., A.M., Kansas City University, 1942, 1943 
Oliver Watkins Ferguson, A.B., A.M., Vanderbilt University, 1947, 1948 
Sidney Phil Moss, B.S., A.M., 1950, 1951 

Iris Wessel Mueller, A.B., A.M., Washington University, 1948, 1949 
George John Worth, A.B., A.M., University of Chicago, 1948, 195 1 

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IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Ellery Walter French, B.S., Rhode Island State College, 1948; M.S., University 

of Hawaii, 1950 
Clifford Wester, A.B., Bucknell University, 1926; M.S., University of Wisconsin, 

1941 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Harold Willard Adams, B.S., 1950 

IN FRENCH 

Elaine Francine Charlotte Newkirk, A.B., A.M., 1947, 1948 

IN GEOLOGY 

Edward Charles Jonas, B.S., Rice Institute, 1944; M.S., 1952 
Norman Frederick Sohl, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

IN HISTORY 

James Frederick Hood, A.B., A.M., 1951 

Earl Aaron Reitan, A.B., Concordia College, 1948; A.M., 1950 
George Carl Schottenhamel, A.B., North Central College, 1941; A.M. (Hist.), 
A.M.(Educ), 1947, 1951 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 

Irving Rodgers Merrill, A.B., Cornell University, 1941; M.S., 1952 
Wilson Lewis Taylor, A.B., Morningside College, 1930; A.M., University of 
Iowa, 1937; M.S., Tulane University, 1951 

IN MATHEMATICS 

William G. Rosen, B.S., M.S., 1943, 1947 

James Harold Turnock, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Mohamed Alaeldin El-Hifni, B.S., Farouk I University, 1948; M.S., 1951 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Alfonso Merlini, Laurea in Physics, University of Pisa, 1948 

IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL BIOLOGY 
Thomas R. Punnett, Jr., B.S., Yale University, 1950 

IN PHYSICS 

John Francis Cochran, A.B., A.M., University of British Columbia, 1950, 1951 

Meyer Garber, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1949; M.S., 1950 

William Marshall Moellering, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1949; 

M.S., 1951 
Thomas Nolen Morgan, A.B., Oberlin College, 1948; A.M., 1949 
Richard Everett Mould, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948; 

M.S., 1952 
Harry Moritz Schey, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950; A.M., Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1951 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

William Adam Boyd, B.S., M.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1949, 1950 
Ira Jay Lichton, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1947; B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 
Andrew A. Pandazi, B.S., Loyola University, 1948 ; M.S., 1950 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Patrick Martin Miller, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1952 

Bert Merton Zuckerman, B.S., North Carolina State College, 1948; M.S., New 
York State College of Forestry, 1949 

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IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

William Spencer Hardenbergh, A.B., A.M., 1950, 1951 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Louis Clyde Ate, Jr., B.S., Ed.M., Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1948, 1949 

Jonathan Walkley Cummings, A.B., University of Vermont, 1949 

Edgar Marion Haverland, A.B., A.M., 1949, 1954 

Edwin David Lawson, A.B., A.M., 1948, 1949 

Melvin Manis, A.B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1951 

Thomas Churchill Rowan, A.B., A.M., 1950, 1951 

Hans Schmidt, Jr., A.B., University of Chicago, 1947; B.S., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1949; A.M., University of North Carolina, 1951 

Milan Tomsovic, B.A., University of Colorado, 1949 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Robert Elson Corley, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1942; A.M., 1948 

IN SPANISH 

Walter Borenstein, B.S., A.M., 1948, 1949 

James Gerald Markley, A.B., Central State College (Edmond, Oklahoma), 1937; 

A.M., University of Oklahoma, 1939 
Welton Jerry Sensing, A.B., Millsaps College, 1930; A.M., University of 

Alabama, 1947 
Louise Hatch Wester, A.B., A.M., University of Kansas, 1945, 1946 

IN SPEECH 

Joseph Golden, A.B., Tufts College, 195 1 ; A.M., Indiana University, 1952 
Newman Guttman, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1949; A.M., 1951 
Laura Virginia Holland, A.B., 1938; A.M., University of Michigan, 1941 
Charles Lee Hutton, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of Pittsburgh, 1949, 1951 
Francis Kodman, Jr., B.S., A.B., A.M., University of Pittsburgh, 1949, 1950, 

195 1 
Jay Melrose, A.B., A.M., Queens College, 1948, 1951 ; A.M., 1953 
Lael Jay Woodbury, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1952; M.S., Brigham 

Young University, 1953 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Donald Charles Goodman, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

IN EDUCATION 

William Henry Blatnik, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1939; M.S., 

1947 
Francis Robert Brown, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1937; A.M., 

Columbia University, 1940 
Charles Elton Burleson, B.S., Mississippi Southern College, 1939; M.S., 1950 
Gordon Wesley Fielder, Jr., B.S., University of Kansas, 1940; M.S., Ed.M., 

1941, 1951 
Rudolf Eugene Leasman, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932; M.S., 

Ed.M., 1939, 1951 
Herbert John Max, B.S., University of Chicago, 1933; M.S., Ed.M., 1939, 1952 
Robert Elmer Potter, A.B., Ed.M., Ohio University, 1947, 1948 
Samuel Alan Rayner, A.B., A.B., A.M., University of Queensland, 1942, 1943, 

1947; B.Ed., Ed.M., University of Melbourne, 1949, 1953 
Arthur Byron Ward, B.S., Montana State College, 1938; A.M., Michigan State 

College, 1947 
Morvin Albert Wirtz, B.S., Ed.M., Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1942, 

1951 



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IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Robert William House, B.F.A., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1941; M.Mus., Eastman School of Music, 1942 

John William Shepard, B.Mus., University of Wisconsin, 1932; M.Mus., East- 
man School of Music, 1938 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ENGLISH 

Raquel Bello-Valderrama, Teacher of English, University of Concepcion 

(Chile), 1948 
David Louis Joel, A.B., 1952 
Harold Gale Prehn, A.B., Washington University, 1947 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Irving Louis Giesser, A.B., Millikin University, 1953 
Ernest Louis Hoffman, Jr., B.S., Springfield College, 1952 
Joseph James Joyce, A.B., DePaul University, 1951 
George Asil Mann, B.S., 1951 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 
Thomas Russell Reid, B.S., 1946 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Ralph Anthony Bosch, B.S., John Carroll University, 1953 
Hugo Kahn, B.S., University of Omaha, 1953 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 
Rowland Delvtlle Hunt, B.S., Bristol University, 1953 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Edward George Bruns, B.S.(Agr.), B.S.(C.E.), University of Wisconsin, 1936, 
1937 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Scott Wallace, B.S., Miami University, 1952 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Sister Mary Paulinus Dwyer, B.S., Edgewood College, 1943 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 
Joseph Lawrence Holman, B.S., University of Missouri, 1953 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 
William Shores Beam, B.S., Norwich University, 1952 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 
Udhishtra Deva Sharma, B.V.S., Punjab Veterinary College, 1948 

IN ECONOMICS 
Ben Major Alvord, B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 195 1 

IN EDUCATION 
Bessie Opal Wasson Burleson, B.S., Mississippi State College for Women, 1939 






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IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Mahmoud Helmy Chahine, B.S., Fouad First University, 1952 

IN GEOGRAPHY 
Homer Wendell Hiser, B.S., 195 1 

IN HORTICULTURE 
Joan Hilda Dalheim, B.S., Cornell University, 1953 

IN JOURNALISM 

Frank Harold Abrahamson, B.S., Colorado State College, 1953 
Harold Eugene Hill, B.S., 1940 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Marguerite Sara Kaufman, A.B., Carthage College, 1935; B.S.(Lib.Sci.), 1944 
Philip Johnson Schneider, A.B., Lawrence College, 1949 

IN MANAGEMENT 
Robert Lee Randolph, A.B., DePauw University, 1948 

IN MARKETING 

Wayland Avery Tonning, B.S., 1953 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Leo Timothy Kilfoy, B.S., St. Ambrose College (Iowa), 1951 
William Andrew Robert Orban, B.S., McGill University, 1949 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 
Jack Fisk Reinhardt, B.S., Michigan State College, 1950 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

JoDean Morrow, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1950 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Calvert Bean, Jr., B.Mus., Eastman School of Music, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

James Gordon Bicket, B.S., 1949 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Ralph Edward Mason, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1940; A.M., 
Northwestern University, 1948 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 
Mary Elizabeth McKinnie 

IN COMMERCE AND LAW 
Ronald Morton Glink, with Honors 

IN MANAGEMENT 
William James O'Brien 

IN MARKETING 
Bruno Ernest Bruzgulis 

IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 
Karen Jeanne Holmes 

THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 

William Glen Cummings 
Joseph M. Kourakis 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 
Richard Dale Smith 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN THE HISTORY OF ART 

Sarah Anne Roach, with Honors 



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Degrees Conferred February 12, 1955 



THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Edwin Joe DeMaris, A.B., Whitman College, 1942; A.M., Montana State Univer- 
sity, 1949 
Donald Harvey Skadden, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1049 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Ralph Albert Benton, B.S., A.M., University of Nebraska, 1930, 1940 
Michal Ignacy Zawadzki, Ing.Agr., University of Warsaw, 1938; B.Litt., Uni- 
versity of Oxford, 195 1 

IN AGRONOMY 

Roland Daniel Hauck, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948; A.B., North Central 

College, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Roy Jefferson Smith, Jr., B.S., M.S., Mississippi State College, 1951, 1952 
Thomas Curtis Tucker, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1949; M.S., Kansas State 

College, 195 1 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Bryan Baker, Jr., B.S., B.S., M.S., Mississippi State College, 1947, 1948, 1952 
Bhupendra Chandra Das, B.S., Cornell University, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Richard Hollandbeck, B.S., Purdue University, 1950; M.S., 1951 
James William Lassiter, B.S.A., M.S.A., University of Georgia, 1941, 1952 
John Marshall Snyder, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1952 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

M. R. Raghavendra Rao, B.S., University of Mysore, 1944; M.S., University of 

Bombay, 1950 
Franklin Henry White, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1942; M.S., 1948 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Dario Ricardo Cova, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1953 

Elliott Porter Doane, A.B., Harvard College, 1951 ; M.S., 1953 
Elmer Lloyd Dougherty, Jr., B.S., University of Kansas, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Alden Hayes Emery, Jr., B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1947; M.S., Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1949 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Nikodems Elijs Bojars, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 

Howard Joseph Burke, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1951; M.S., 1952 

S. Lawrence Jacobs, B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 

Albert Louis Promislow, B.S., M.S., Queen's University, 1950, 1952 

Richard Anthony Rowe, B.S., University of Delaware, 1950 

John Joseph Scholz, Jr., B.S., University of North Dakota, 1948 

Shaler Gordon Smith, Jr., B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1945; 

M.S., Lehigh University, 1949 
Walter Eugene Thatcher, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 
Don Uel Deere, B.S., Iowa State College, 1943; M.S., University of Colorado, 

1949 

IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY 

Winifred Hager Hostettej*, A.B., Wheaton College, 1947; A.M., 1948 



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IN ECONOMICS 

Philip MacDonald Carroll, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

Leonard Dale Maliet, B.S., M.S., Iowa State College, 1947, 1948 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Edward Willis Ernst, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

Robert Ayer Kudlich, B.S., LaFayette College, 1950; M.S., Harvard University, 

195 1 
Myron Wetnstein, B.E.E., Ohio State University, 1949; M.S., 1952 

IN ENGLISH 

Nuel Pharr Davis, A.B., A.M., University of Texas, 1937, 1940 
Ray William Frantz, Jr., A.B., University of Nebraska, 1948; M.S., A.M., 1949, 
195 1 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Murray Sheldon Blum, B.S., M.S., 1952, 1953 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Bernard Aaron Brachfeld, A.B., New York University, 1949; M.F.S., Cornell 

University, 1951 
Hamed Mohamed El-Bisi, B.S., Ibrahim Pasha University, 1947; M.S., 1952 
Robert Earl Hayes, B.S., Union College, 1950 

Mahmoud Aly Saleh, B.S., Fouad First University, 1940; M.S., 1953 
Clifford Henry Spotholz, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1950; M.S., Northwestern 

University, 195 1 

IN GEOLOGY 

Sam Hunting Patterson, Jr., A.B., Coe College, 1940; M.S., State University 
of Iowa, 1947 

IN HISTORY 

Stephen John Tonsor, A.B., 1948 

IN HORTICULTURE 

Edward William Melvin, B.S., A.B., Southern Illinois University, 1948; M.S., 
1950 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Wayne Stewart Yenawine, B.S., Washington University, 1933; B.S.(L.S.), 
A.M., 1934, 1938 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 

Richard Earl Chapin, A.B., Wabash College, 1948; M.S., 1949 
William Anthony Mindak, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 

Theodore Bernard Peterson, Jr., A.B., University of Minnesota, 1941; M.S., 
Kansas State College, 1948 

IN PHILOSOPHY 
Ajit Kumar Sinha, A.B., A.M., Meerut College, 1942, 1944 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
George Clark Moore, B.S., M.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1948, 1950 

IN PHYSICS 

James Elroy Leiss, B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Richard Allan Rubenstein, B.S., Ohio State University, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Edward Sonder, B.S., Queens College, 1950; M.S., 1951 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 
Richard Earl Ohms, B.S., M.S., University of Idaho, 1950, 1952 

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IN PSYCHOLOGY 



Malcolm LeGrande Gardner, B.S., College of Charleston, 1947 
Joe Kamenetzky, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1950; A.M., 195 1 
Jack Hugh Scott, B.S., University of Florida, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Andrew Kasmer Solarz, A.B., Ohio University, 1950 



IN SPANISH 

John Albert Pettit, A.B., Wittenberg College, 1929; B.D., Chicago Lutheran 
Theological Seminary, 1932; A.M., University of Chicago, 1944 

IN SPEECH 

Leighton Milton Ballew, B.S., Memphis State College, 1940; A.M., Western 
Reserve University, 1941 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 
Roland John Benjamin, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1951 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Julius Sidney Greenstein, A.B., Clark University, 1948; M.S., 1951 

Aaron Kurland, A.B., Indiana University, 1948; M.S., 1950 

Donald Keith McLoughlin, B.S., M.S., George Washington University, 1948, 

1949 
William Beckwith Robertson, Jr., A.B., Carthage College, 1947; M.S., 1949 
David Shomay, B.S., Long Island University, 1948; M.S., 1949 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Darold Lee Shutt, A.B., A.M., 1943, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ENGLISH 

Mark Joseph Archer, A.B., St. Ambrose College, 1953 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Roger Lewis Wilbrandt, B.S., 1951 

IN HISTORY 

Thomas Edwin Berry, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1952 
James Martin Haas, Ph.B., Marquette University, 1950 
Robert Dean Talbott, A.B., 1950 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Virginia Richmond Hay, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1952 
Bertram Silverman, A.B., Queens College, 1953 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Kenneth Wayne Anderson, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1946 
Roderick Peter Campbell Caldwell, A.B., Harvard College, 1953 
Kenneth Roy Mount, A.B., 1954 
Seymour Samet, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1953 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Lynette Sue Howe, A.B., 1953 
John Daniel Sommer, B.S., 1951 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

David Nelson Farnsworth, A.B., University of Wichita, 1953 
William Edward Kramer, A.B., Westminster College, 1949 
Julius Joseph Smulkstys, A.B., 1953 



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IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Alvin Jay Rosenstein, A.B., University of Michigan, 1952 
Charles Henry Twitty, A.B., 1951 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Robert Russell Judson, A.B., 1951 

Lester Newton Wilson, A.B., University of Chicago, 1952; B.S., Roosevelt 
College, 1953 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

James Thomas Carey, A.B., 1948 

IN SPANISH 
Edna Marie Meadors, B.S., 1947 

IN STATISTICS 

Thomas Marvin Oneson, B.S., Elmhurst College, 195 1 

Emir Hamvasy Shuford, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of Arkansas, 1951, 1953 

Franklynn Robert Sperberg, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1944 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Gordon Cohn, A.B., 1954 

Myra Podvoll Spicker, B.S., 1953 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Mary Ellen Williams, B.S., Northwestern University, 1946 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Carroll El wood Fredrickson, A.B., Nebraska State Teachers College, 195 1 
Helmi Mahmoud Nammer, B.Com., University of Cairo, 1949 
Richard Fisher Peirce, A.B., Miami University, 1948 
Chen Yang Wu, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1953 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Walter Duane Reeder, B.S., 1950 
Gene Shinosaki, B.S., 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Oscar Calle-Balderrama, Agr.Eng., Universidade Rural (Brazil), 1951 

Glenn Edward Fisher, B.S., 1952 

Keith Duane St. Pierre, B.S., Kansas State College, 1951 

IN AGRONOMY 

Donald David Bondarenko, B.S., Michigan State College, 1953 

Patrick Colin Butler, B.S., Cornell University, 1953 

Charles Edward Fulcher, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1953 

Om Autar Goel, A.B., Allahabad Agricultural Institute, 1953 

George Whittaker Hudelson, B.S., 1951 

Lun-Shin Wei, B.S., Taiwan Provincial College of Agriculture, 195 1 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Simon Tsai-Li Tsang, B.S., University of Nanking, 1949; M.S., Utah State 

Agricultural College, 1953 
Irene Dienute Vadopalaite, B.S., College of St. Francis, 1953 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 
Harold David Hutchinson, B.Agr., Queen's University, 1953 

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IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Donald Edward Brotherson, B.S., 1953 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

James Edward Bitter, A.B., Washington University, 1951 
Alexander Lane, B.S., Johnson C. Smith University, 1950 
Oscar Allen Novick, B.S., 1953 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Raymond Joseph Brown, B.S., 1951 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Marvin Arthur Peterson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1953 

IN CHEMISTRY 

John Quincy Adams, B.S., Purdue University, 1953 

Stewart Merrill Chodosh, A.B., West Virginia University, 1950 

Robert Winston Haisty, B.S., Henderson State Teachers College, 1950 

Earl Philip Horwitz, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1953 

Tao Huang, B.S., National Tsing Hua University, 1950 

Emmett Frank Kaelble, A.B., DePauw University, 1953 

Gloria Dolores Kowaleski, B.S., Mundelein College, 1953 

Jozsef Nemeth, Diploma, Budapest University, 1941 

John Willard Pankey, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Melbert Eugene Peterson, A.B., Augustana College, 1953 

Edwin John Quinn, B.S., St. Procopius College, 1951 

Albert John Reedy, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 

Mehm Thet San, B.S., University of Rangoon, 1953 

Daniel Nwakanma Uwah, A.B., Syracuse University, 1953 

Anne Mary Von Esch, B.S., College of St. Francis, 1950 

Tom Moore Wathen, B.S., Arkansas State College, 195 1 

IN CITY PLANNING 
Richard Arnold Gucker, B.F.A., 1951 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Henry Clay Anderson, III, B.S., Howard University, 1948 

Bristol Calvert Conklin, B.S., 1951 

Emery Domingue, B.S., Southwestern Louisiana Institute, 1949 

Howard Yoshiro Fukuda, B.S.E., University of Michigan, 1951 

Wesley Russell Larsen, B.S., Montana State College, 1953 

Glenn Everett Nordmark, B.S., South Dakota State College, 1951 

Leonard Barnett Smith, B.S., The Citadel, 1953 

Venkata Ramanayya Sonti, B.S., Benares Hindu University, 1950 

James Swan Windsor, B.S., University of Edinburgh, 1951 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 

John Karl Hoover, B.S., 1951 

IN ECONOMICS 

John Davis Holmes, A.B., West Virginia State College, 1950 
Donald Charles Winkelhake, B.S., Purdue University, 1949 

IN EDUCATION 

Bernard Lee Frazer, B.S., 1948 

Audrey Jean Grupe, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 

Thelma Harriett Lee, B.S., College of Education and Industrial Arts (Wilber- 

force, Ohio), 1948 
John Edwin Robertson, B.S., 1949 

IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 
Ellen Lillian Watson, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1950 



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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

John Charles Buchta, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1949; M.S., 1951 

Arwin Adelbert Dougal, B.S., Iowa State College, 1952 

Tames Wilbur Duncan, B.S., University of Colorado, 1950 

George Kerster, B.S., 1954 

Gene Howard Leichner, B.S., 1951 

Robert Mark Lemmen, B.S., Michigan College of Alining and Technology, 1953 

Gernot Albert Metze, B.S., Iowa State College, 1953 

Vito Peter Minerva, B.S., 1954 

Kenneth William Olson, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1948 

Abul Fazle Mohammed Abdur Rashid, B.S., University of Dacca, 1952 

Adolph Eric Smith, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1950 

Jerome Leonard Wittels, B.S., Rutgers University, 1950 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 
Leroy Frank Davidson, B.S., 1953 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 
Heinz Chaim Mannheim, B.S., 1953 

IN GEOLOGY 

Richard Henry Howard, A.B., Colgate University, 1952 

Murray Levish, A.B., New York University, 1952 

Terry Watson Offield, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1953 

Robert Lester Rioux, A.B., University of New Hampshire, 1953 

Charles Winthrop Spencer, A.B., Colby College, 1953 

James Oscar Wafer, B.S., 1954 

Warren Gilbert Ziebell, B.S., 1951 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 
Ronald Francis Wittmeyer, B.S., 1953 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 
Evelyn Lois Jones, B.S., 1951 
Jane Elizabeth Kenney, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1952 

IN HORTICULTURE 
Chester Charles Zych, B.S., LTniversity of New Hampshire, 1953 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Mae Maxine Benne, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1950 

Nancy Juanda Brumfield, A.B., Earlham College, 1950 

Jennine Chelf, A.B., University of Colorado, 195 1 

Kathryn Marie Ditter, B.S., Marian College, 1952 

Hilda Bertha Ernst, A.B., Mission House College, 1934; B.L.S., University of 

Chicago, 1946 
Bill Victor Isom, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Clara Ann Kuhlman, A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1945; A.M., George Peabody 

College, 1946 
Estelle Pearline Lockert, B.S., Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State 

College, 1952 
Anna Wilhelmina Mayer, A.B., 1953 
Laura Jean Smith, A.B., Centre College, 1950 
Edward Shou-Tsu Su, LL.B., National Anhwei University, 1943; A.B., Fresno 

State College, 1950; A.M., 1951 
Kenneth Irvin Taylor, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1952 
Cora Edna Thomassen, A.B., Central College, 1950 
Julia Urlaville Wold, B.S., Beloit College, 1928; M.S., University of Michigan, 

1939 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Edwin Oscar Johnson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1952 

John Emil Scherba, Jr., B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1949 

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IN MATHEMATICS 

Richard Robert Gold, B.S., 1951 

George Barton Peck, B.S., Arizona State College, 1950 

Lynn Douglas Yarbrough, A.B., Rice Institute, 1953 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Lawrence Haskell Chanoch, B.S., 1954 

Ira Miles Gross, B.S., University of Alabama, 1943 

Erdal Kemahlioglu, B.S., Robert College, 1953 

Edward Kay Matthews, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1952 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Joseph Branch Darby, Jr., B.S., College of William and Mary, 1948; B.S., Vir- 
ginia Polytechnic Institute, 195 1 
John Raymond Lulay, B.S., 1953 
Arthur Henry Lutts, B.S., Montana School of Mines, 195 1 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Charles Richard Cassey, B.S., 1954 

Arthur Dale Eymann, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1950 

James Warren Finley, B.S., 1954 

Gordon Alan Palmer, B.S., 1953 

Donald Gene Traub, B.Mus. Ed., Indiana University, 1954 

Franklin Edmund Williams, B.Mus. Ed., University of Oklahoma, 1950 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

James Aubrey Moore, Jr., B.S., 1950 

Booncher Suvarnabriksha, LL.B., University of Thammasat, 1952 

Alan Herbert Thomas, B.S., Springfield College, 1953 

William John Vohaska, B.S., 195 1 

Ara Zulalian, B.S., 1953 

IN PHYSICS 

Thomas Edward Baker, Jr., B.S., Union College, 1953 

James Havens Bredt, A.B., Harvard College, 1953 

Theodore Grant Castner, Jr., B.Eng.Phys., Cornell University, 1953 

Roland deWit, B.S., Ohio University, 1953 

Lowell Thomas Dillman, A.B., Manchester College, 1953 

Jack LeRoy Flinner, A.B., Wittenberg College, 1953 

Richard Aloysius Harber, B.S., St. Procopius College, 1953 

William Bernard Herrmannsfeldt, A.B., Miami University, 1953 

Mason Webster Huse, Jr., A.B., University of Vermont, 1952 

Charles Edward Klabunde, A.B., Lehigh University, 1953 

Harold Ralph Lewis, Jr., A.B., B.S., University of Chicago, 1951, 1953 

David Erickson Sawyer, A.B., Clark University, 1953 

Bruce Laurence Scott, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1953 

William Walter Simmons, A.B., Carleton College, 1953 

John Joseph Sinai, A.B., Miami University, 1953 

Edward Stanley Sobolak, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1953 

Sandra Ruth Tausig, A.B., Hunter College, 1953 

Roger Steven Van Heyningen, A.B., Calvin College, 1951 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Robert Vernon Hill, A.B., 1953 
Joanne Gillespie Walker, B.S., 1953 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Halim Massoud Hilu, B.S., University of Arizona, 1953 
Maurice John Kaufmann, B.S., Bluffton College, 1952 
Stanley Anthony Ostazeski, B.S., State Teachers College (Superior, Wiscon- 
sin), 1952 

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IN RECREATION 

Russell Joseph Foval, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 193 1 
IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

John Edward McLean, B.S., 195 1 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Carolyn Burke Emons, B.S., 1953 

IN THE TEACHING OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Roland Roscoe Goins, Jr., B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1951 
Thomas Edward Lonk, B.S., 1954 

Mary Ann Schwickrath, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1947 
William Dale Wilson, B.S., Beloit College, 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Jesse Cornelius Lewis, B.S., Tougaloo College, 1953 

Jack Crosby Wahlgren, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1952 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

LeRoy Carl Eichberger, B.S., 1951 

Fazlur Rahman Khan, B.E., Bengal Engineering College, 1950; M.S., 1953 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Wayne Harry Davis, A.B., West Virginia University, 1953 

Lawrence Lipman Rosen, B.S., 1953 

John Paul Slimmer, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Dale Hagerman Schultz, B.Mus., North Central College, 1950 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Robert Calvin Austin, B.S., 1953 

Jeanne Reid Bernhardt, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1948 

Clifford Earl Bury, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

William George Chandler, B.S., 1951 

James Raymond Davis, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Richard Luther Derr, B.S., State University of New York, 1951 

Margaret Kraft Egan, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Richard Dean Gibb, B.S., 1951 

Virgil Thomson Harbach, B.S., 1948 

Donald La Verne Hawthorne, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1949 

Kenneth Eugene Hesler, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Earl Lee, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1946 

June Kincaid Morgan, B.S., Millikin University, 1944 

Carol W'erner Peck, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 

Marjorie Ann Pefferman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Ethel Catherine Pratt, B.S., 1951 

Ilene Ellen Ridgely, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

Beatrice Morrell Riggs, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1950 

Helen Schafer, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1944 

Donald William Splain, B.S., 1941 

Eva Morrison Spurgeon, A.B., Augustana College, 1952 

Lola Sizemore Stanley, B.S., 1944 

Nellie Mae Tieken, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 195 1 

Bernard Charles Watson, B.S., Indiana University, 1951 

Leta Christine Whitacre, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Nathan Tully Wolkomir, B.S., St. Francis College, 1936 

Carolyn Juergensmeyer Worley, B.S., 1951 

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THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

George Donavon Coil, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1949 

Elizabeth Carolyn Anderson Heinicke, B.S., M.S., 1921, 1953 

Corwin Arnold Hellmer, B.S., State Teachers College (Platteville, Wisconsin), 

1947; M.S., 1952 
Frank William Kimpling, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1950, 195 1 

Bertha Flynn Pharis, B.S., Kansas State College, 1919; A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1935 
Taylor Lee Thomas, B.S., Tennessee State Teachers College, 1935; M.S., 1951 



HONORS 

CO-VALEDICTORIANS 

James Anthony Ciarlo, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Samuel Melvin Harris, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 

SALUTATORIAN 

Alan Mark Sankstone, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 



BRONZE TABLET 

Max Avrom Bartelstein, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Susan Ellen Brown, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 

James Anthony Ciarlo, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

James Spiros Coulos, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

Ernestine Elizabeth Dewhirst, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Raymond Dean Dowsett, Bachelor of Science in General Engineering 

Rhoda Lee Dunn, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 

Charles Edward Gathers, Bachelor of Architecture 

Samuel Melvin Harris, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 

Roger James Hughes, Bachelor of Science from the Division of Special Services 

for War Veterans 
John Callahan Jordan, Bachelor of Science in Economics and Management 
Jack William Kleeman, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 
George Yan-Chok Leung, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 
Christ Gust Marinakis, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 
Alice Evelyn McCreery, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 
Marylou McGowan, Bachelor of Science in Recreation 
Janet Hope Moeller, Bachelor of Science in Physical Education 
Algis Pabarcius, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 
William Andrew Reego, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 
Alan Mark Sankstone, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Louis Leonard Skaletzky, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 
Arthur Theodore Susman, Bachelor of Science in Management 
Martin Lawrence Weiland, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 
Kenneth Paul Zeman, Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering 






THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 



Ralph Earl Abell 
Bernard Alpert 
Rex Lee Burgess 
Jerald Arthur Crickman 
Ronald Ernest Davis 



Charles Arthur Ferguson 
Paul Furimsky 
Clark Eugene Heuer 
Joseph T. Hunt, Jr. 
John Edward Hutchings 



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Russell Miles Johnson 
Charles Kenneth Lemker 
Richard Herbert Lewis 
John Norman McGill 
Robert Lee Milligan 
dwight mlllington moody 
Charles Edward Orcutt 
Ronald Albert Peters 
Truong Dinh Phu 
John Franklin Pierce 
Joseph LeRoy Poiriez 
Richard Marion Shell 

Jess Ray Lathrop, Jr. 



Vernon Dean Shepherd 
Conrad Andrew Skimina 
Baird Edward Stewart 
John Redmore Sutton 
Vlbert John Tieken 
Stuart Wilson Tilton 
Gordon Gene Vaughan 
Samuel Worley Wegman, 

Honors 
Glenn Elbert Wiley, with Honors 
Maurice Wayne Wilhoit 



with 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 
IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Rita Smith Bishop 
Celia Rose Concialdi 
Dorothy Anne Conley 
Rhoda Lee Dunn, with Honors 
Sheila Jane Fallon 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Alice Price Hare 
Grace Diane Prappas 
Frances Betty Sherman 
Naomi Joyce Spark, with Honors 



Roberta Beimfohr Noor 
Elizabeth Ann Real 



Martha Helen Simer, with Honors 



Ronald Dale Brewer 



IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 

Milo Neil Illich 



THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



John Eugene Allen 

Ronald Albert Brush, with Honors 

Jack Lloyd Burk 

Daniel Robert Cichy 

Phil Ramon DeProtine 

Donald Lyman Doty 

Walter Louis Larsen, Jr. 



John William Locke 
Jerome Edward Rachner, with Honors 
Harvey Leslie Roth 
William Richard Russell 
Richard Taylor Somerville, with 
Honors 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



Howard Dean Hadler 



Loren Louis Day 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Raymond Jack Allen 
Charles Kirk Bazzell 
Robert Ambrose Beesley 
William Clifford Boon, Jr. 
Larry William Brett 
Bronius Budginas 
Robert Karl Buerer 
Frank Warfel Burr 
Chang-Sux Chang 
Eliahu Werner Cohen 
Joseph Raymond Dombrowski 
Donald Francis Doyle 



Alan Leon English 
Jerry John Felmley 
Norman Lee Finley 
Carlos Garcia-Reyes 
William Gerald Hagedorn 
Robert James Hahn 
Edwin Jerome Ippolito 
Paul Allen Johnson 
Irwin Morris Katz 
Thaddeus Roman Kazmierczak 
Frank John Koepke 
Norman George Kouba 



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Kenneth Richard Leach 

George Yan-Chok Leung, with High 

Honors 
Thomas Kuan Hsien Liu, with High 

Honors 
Donald David Loff 
Edilberto Lopez-Lopez 
Richard Paul Martson 
Charles Henry McLean 
Norman William Nelson, with 

Honors 

IN ELECTRICAL 
Eldon Eugene Ash 
James Arthur Blood 
James Herbert Carlin 
James Joseph Connors, Jr. 
Harry Christian Dahl 
Richard Lawrence Duffey 
Thomas George Elwell 
Jose Paulino Fl6rez-Velandia 
Luis Libreros Gutierrez 
Don Walter Hartmann 
Asa Louis Helleny 
Albert Joseph Herbst, Jr. 
Richard Jay Kenyon 
Melvin Stanley Klein 
Charles Robert Mahn 
Herbert Elmer Marable 



Algis Pabarcius, with High Honors 
Chandler Steffy Parsons 
Stanley Langford Paul 
Thomas Michael Riordan 
Edward Rzewnicki 
James George Spyros 
Joseph Luis Urla 
Jonas Variakojis 
Ronald Albert Wisthuff 



ENGINEERING 

Dominic Thomas Montella 

Luis Fernando Cifuentes Mosquera 

Louis Ugo Nardi 

Ross Maris Orndorff, Jr. 

Franklin Murray Pease 

William Vancil Penrod 

Edwin Rudolph Petzing 

Stelios Regas 

Earl Leon Sandberg 

David Lee Sauder 

Robert Eugene Schulz 

Edward Lawrence Swargulski 

William Paul Vanier 

Louis Marion Warren 

Norbert Joseph Wollack 

George Donald Wood 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 

Samuel Melvin Harris, with High Honors 



Donald Joseph Babicz 
Roy Allen Burt, Jr. 
Raymond Dean Dowsett 
Robert Wesley Engler 
Gerald Fredric Fricker 
Rudolph Ernest Grey 
John Edward Haug 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 

Paul Friestad Kries 
Phillip Charles Lee 
Donald Garratt Peterson 
William Thomas Rimmey 
Franklin Theodore Saeger 
Francis Patrick Smith 
William Frederick Wiese 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 






Raymond George Antos 

Thomas Norman Banks 

Leonard Richard Basinski 

John Roger Bond 

Walter Day Bradley 

Neil J. Butterfield 

Michael Ming Chen, with Honors 

Morton Joseph Colbert 

Miguel Alvarez de la Cruz 

James Stuart Earl 

Marvin Walter Ehlers 

George Lewis Florman 

Gerhard Martin Gauger 

Richard Joseph Gillen 

Thomas Clifford Goad 

Harold Greer 

Warren Sigwald Grunlee 

Edwin George Haas 

Frank Louis Harwath 

John William Henneman 

Paul Nowell Johnson 

Ronald Earl Johnson 



Paul Richard Kelps 

Arthur Langas 

Robert Rudolph Laschober 

Jesse Edwin Matheny, Jr. 

Clayton Alymer McDonald 

Robert Allen Nejdl 

Tet Kong Pang 

Harvey Gay Patterson 

Carl Wayne Peterson, with Honors 

Ronald Edward Reder 

Thomas Francis Regul 

Ronald Lee Rei singer 

Donald James Salak 

John Clifford Schneider, with Honors 

Rafael Roa Suarez 

Francis Peter Sweeney 

Milton Joseph Varous 

TomAs Enrique Vega-G6mez 

Herschel A. Watson, Jr. 

Walter Wallace Wilson 

John Bowman Witt 



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Ralph Ervin Bennett 
Albert Joseph Klein 
Ronald Charles Meindl 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Reid Wells 
Kenneth Paul Zeman, with High 
Honors 



Charles Eugene Childers 
Robert Eugene Clemons 



IN MINING ENGINEERING 

Jack Edward Tisdale 



IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 
Frank William Anderson William Richard Casler 

THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Ellen Abbott 
Wendell Samuel Abern 
Bernice Williams Adelson 
Arthur Melvin Afremow, with 

Honors in Economics 
Nancy Lee Albee, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
J. David Andrews, with Highest 

Honors in Political Science 
Peter Aronson 
Bruce Lester Bower 
George Richard Boyden 
Helen Hargrave Bremer 
Estelle Bernadine Buder 
James Anthony Ciarlo, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
Jerry Gregory Dashe 
Frederick Charles Davis, Jr., with 

Highest Honors in Political Science 
Yvonna Luttrell Devall 
Ernestine Elizabeth Dewhirst, with 

High Honors in Spanish 
George Grashorn Dickson 
Lionel Raymond Dyer 
Siegfried Emil Engelmann 
David Cyril Falls 
Deborah Freides 
Lorraine Elise Fritze 
Thaddeus Michael Gajda 
John Stuart Geisler 
Shirley Ann Grant 
Etianna Maria Gulbenkian, with 

Honors in Spanish 
Edward C. Hauter 
Jane Coultas Hay 
Daniel Shaw James 
Mildred Frances Jemilo 
Ertha Ann Johnson 
David Paul Jones 



Amirik Kachigian 
Olga Korybutiak 
Helen Sophie Kozlowski, with 

Honors in Sociology 
Margaret Elaine Lahey 
Charles Eugene Livingston 
Donald Sherwood Mannison 
Eugene Earl Maynard 
Shirley Kay Melms 
David George Miller 
Wallace E. Mitchell 
Yukiko Nakano 
Richard Edwin O'Leary 
Susan Jannette Olmstead 
Rose Richards Park 
Kenneth Arlen Paull 
Janice N. Pinsky 
Paul Edward Przypyszny, with 

High Honors in Political Science 
James Edward Quinn 
Sylvia Ann Rainey 
George Peter Rifakes 
Fred Edward Rosenthal 
Alan Mark Sankstone, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
James Edward Sheffield 
Pearl Chang-Chao Shih 
Joseph Silva, with Highest Honors in 

Latin American Studies 
Gerald Lee Smith 
Joe Anthony Srsnick 
Richard Charles Strudeman 
Robert James Swiatkiewicz 
Bruce Finley Thomas 
Richard Lee Wezelman 
Morris David Witney 
Nick Xerikos 
Shirley Zetcher 
Fadil Hasan Zuwaylif 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



James Sftros Coulos, with Highest 
Honors 



Janet Esther Olson 
Lenore Smith 



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IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 
Juozas Koncius 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Sondra Kessler Beame, with Highest Jeanne Marie Josephson, with 

Honors Highest Honors 

Loraine Harris Henry Philip Stone 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

Audrey Jule Swaney, with Highest Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

John Edward McCabe Harold Allen Skinner 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Robert Eugene Bailey 

Stuart Alvin Boyle, with High 

Honors 
John Charles Broman, with Highest 

Honors 
Ivan Leroy Burgener, with Honors 



Joseph George Endres 
John Edward Heumann 
Keith Richard Knott 
John Norman Murray 
Carl George Vinson, Jr. 
Charles John Wolfenberger 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Thomas Harley Fife 

James Patrick Gallagher, with 

Honors 
William Thomas Jackson, with 

Honors 
Philip Winder Jenkins, with High 

Honors 

IN LIBERAL ARTS 

Ronald Melvin Appel 

John Leland Barlow 

William Bukovsan 

Carlos Boyd Bumzahem 

Betsy Ann Byrns 

William Jack Chamblin 

Raymond Frank Chiostri 

Jerome Cohn 

Audrey Jane Diakiw 

Henrietta Blankman DuBois, with 

High Honors in Mathematics 
Darrel Eugene Dunn, with Honors in 

Geology 
Therese Piorkowski Engelmann 
Arthur Flicker 
Bernhard Christoph Hertlein 
Keith Alan Huber 
Delores Jean Hughes 



Robert Phillip Lang 
Roger Joseph Mazer, with Honors 
Julius Albert Rodenmeyer 
Norman David Simon, with Honors 
Louis Leonard Skaletzky, with 
Highest Honors 

AND SCIENCES 

Charles Wesley Keaton, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
Arlo Robert Koontz 
Anthony Joseph Kral 
Richard Warren Lane 
Robert Wesley Leonard 
Phoebe Ann Mannel 
Christine C. Matheos 
Myron Miller 
Jean Frances Murray 
Robert Arthur Oppermann 
George Brackenridge Potter 
Doris Ann Rosenau 
Frank Henry Thomas, Jr. 
Robert Frank Wilkinson 
Richard Joseph Zaborsky 
Robert James Zaruba, with Highest 

Honors in Mathematics 






IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Jane Ann Burkhart Donna Madaline Drew 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 
James Harrison Clinton, with Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
Arlene Joan Stauber Donald Wayman Stokes 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS AND THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES 
Gust Leon Mackropoulos 



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THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 



Mary Agnes Dougherty 
Harvey Theodore Jacolick 
Patricia Fitzpatrick Luedtke 



Edward Henry Roelofs 

Mary Katherine Banister Sphar 



IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 



Marsha Sue Kanzelbaum 



IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Rosalie Berkovvitz 

Jean Beverly Bowen 

Joan Carol Brookstone 

Susan Ellen Brown, with Highest 

Honors 
Lois Sunny Miller Cohn 
Carole Lanoff Greiman, with Honors 
Ann Williams Haley 
JoAnne Hagnauer Hayes 



Minerva Sophia Himmel 

Alice Evelyn McCreery, with High 

Honors 
Gene Mills 

Marvin Alan Pearlman 
Judith Ann Rotman 
Amy Joan Shoemaker 
Gloria Ann Stevens 
Clifton Thomas Zabka 



John Gale Brown 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

Donald Frederick Manthei 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Donald Gilbert Adams, B.S., 1953 
Robert Joseph Brennan, B.S., M.D., 

1938, 1942 
Alan Joel Greiman, B.S., 1953 
Elmer Cecil Hawkins, B.S., 1952 
Neil Calvert Hebeisen, B.S., 1953 
John Conrad Hedrich, B.S., 1953 
Christian Enric Heiligenstein, B.S., 

1953 
Richard Harry Holscher, B.S., 1951 



John Thomas McCullough, B.S., 1953 
Allan Irving Mendelsohn, B.S., 1954 
Ronald Stuart Miller, B.S., 1954 
Bernard Peter Reese, Jr., B.S., 1952 
Howard Lee Snowden, B.S., 1950 
Gus Svolos, B.S., 1953 
Robert E. Lee Trone, B.S., 1953 
Donald Edward Ward, B.S., 1953 
William Everett Webber, B.S., 1953 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAW 

Austin Wesley Buchanan, B.S., 1952 






THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Charles Ray Aikman 

Robert Francis Anderson 

Max Avrom Bartelstein, with Honors 

J. Robert Bede 

Marvin Bornstein 

Myron Lloyd Cholden 



Josepii Salvatore Cicero 
Phillip Jay Cooper, with Honors 
Fredrick Gerald Davis 
William Harold Davis 
Robert Emery DeMeritt 
Nancy McMillan Desmond 



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Morris Fisher 

Rolando Quiros Fonseca 

Bernard Beryl Harris 

Ronald Stuart Katch 

Arthur Sydney Kraus 

Leonard Walter Kszyczkowski 

Sin-Hoa Lim 

Christ Gust Marinakis, with High 

Honors 
George Gust Marinakis, with Honors 
William Earl Menke 
Raymond Leonard Nisenbaum 
William Clarence Null, Jr. 
Dorothy Joyce Parsons 



William Andrew Reego, with Honors 

George Andrew Regas 

Burton Reuben Rosenberg 

Maurice Edwin Sabath 

John Edwin Sagraves 

Jerome Sheppard, with Honors 

Frank John Strachota 

James Richard Swanson 

Richard Elmer Swanson 

Tatsuo Tanoura 

Claude Arthur Thompson 

Martin Lawrence Weiland, with 

Honors 
Herman Elmore Woods 



IN ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCE 

Harold Edward Arnett, with Honors in Finance 



Melvyn Leonard Green 



IN COMMERCE AND LAW 

Gordon Emil Schieman 



IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 



Dolores Helen Bultinck 
Jane Adele Herrmann 
Janette Marie Herrmann, with 
Honors 



Theodore Edward Malone 
Donna Veronica Ruys 



IN ECONOMICS 



Danute Dirvianskis 
William Oliver Gelston 
Sheldon Hillard Levy 



Clinton Kenneth MacTaggart, Ji 
George Henry Schonewise, Jr. 



William Lewis Bolton 



IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 

Theodore Louis Lambert 



IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 
John Callahan Jordan, with Honors Zan Skolnick 



IN ECONOMICS AND MARKETING 
Thomas Goodwin Baranski 



IN FINANCE 



Francis Howard Grant 
Stanley Martinez 



Rudolph Reiners, Jr. 
Harrison Luer Winter 



IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 



James Kleckner Bartholomew 
Donald Harding 



Stanley William Holt, Jr. 
Robert Allen Thorpe 



IN MANAGEMENT 



Bruce Eugene Adams 
Steven John Borik 
James Lee Calder 
Daniel Ralph Christenson 
Lloyd Lee Fray 
Earl Larsen Kesler 
James George Koudelka 
Arthur George Mason 
Patrick James McNulty 
Robert Emil Nelson 
Ernest Brodie Pellegrino 



Richard George Plagenz 
Louis Benjamin Raffel 
Charles William Recka 
Robert Wayne Strope 
Arthur Theodore Susman, with 

Honors 
Alfred Kent Tracy 
Robert Eugene Wharrie 
Glenn Alfred Wright 
Robert John Zalatoris 



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Robert Lorenzen 



IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING 
IN MARKETING 



Bert Anschel 
William Thomas Blair 
William James Blake 
Richard Carl Bostrom 
Edward Evans Bruce 
Carl Sylvan Cahn 
Robert Whitney Carter 
William Norman Cummings 
Ernest August Degenhardt 
Leonard Samuel Goldstick 
Ralph Pieffer Grauer, Jr. 
Ruth Eleanor Mashek 
Mary Merz 
Walter Chung Moy 



Charles Richard Nash 

Joseph Edward O'Brien 

Robert Marvin Pasik, with Honors 

Gene Earl Philbrick 

Gerald Louis Poklop 

Fred Lee Rubin 

Jordan Howard Sachs 

Donald Herbert Sponholz 

Robert Arthur Stephan 

Albert Dean Straub, with Honors 

David Edwin Teichmiller 

Richard Ralph Weeks 

Diane Mary Zaremba 



IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 



Julia Bendikas 
Dolores Ruth Curry. 



with Honors 



Margaret Jane Pool 
Jane Carol Sweidal 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN JOURNALISM 



Herbert Richard August 

Louis Theodore Baier 

Ronald Gene Berquist 

Jerome Bornstein 

Clara Breckenridge Downs 

William Edward Johnson 

Richard Dale Kemplin, with Honors 

Jack William Kleeman, with High 

Honors 
Wilbert Charles Lekberg 
Harold Raymond Nettleship 
Robert Patrick Perlongo 
Eugene LeRoy Prosen 



James Richard Pyatt 
Daniel Joseph Rajski 
Charles Austerman Reynolds 
Jerome Bernard Shaffer 
Patricia Ann Sievers 
Roy Curtis Small 
Elmer Roger Switzer 
Sandra Vlay 

Robert William Westenberg 
Gordon Leslie Williams 
Warren Delano Wolfson 
William Robert Wollbrinck 



THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 



Marvin Major Ball 
Gerald Stuart Baron 
Kenji Ken Fujisato 
Stuart William Gallaher 
Charles Edward Gathers, with 

Honors 
John Joseph Jetton 
Theodore Raymond Larson 
Paul William Lundquist 
Harry D. Newman, with Highest 

Honors 



John Anthony Pawlikowski 
Perry Ressler 
Ferdinand Ray Scheeler 
Thomas McAnarney Slater 
High John Warren Sundene 

John Ivey Thomas, with Honors 
Nicholas Francis Weber, IV 
Donald Henry Williams 
Algimantas Zemaitis 



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THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

John Gale Brown Mars Andrew Hill, Jr. 

John Chura Kenneth Smith Petersen 

Ronald Handler Murray Philip Yeager 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

Charles Elmer Bergstrom Melvin Steven Markowski 

Edward Jaskowiak 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Leonard William Behling Milton Robert Mojzis 

Mervin Wentz Britton, with Honors Paul Jean Rossok 

Marilyn Helen Jones Annie Walda Toles 

Lois Anne Kilburn Leah Mae Truxell 
Clare Siewert Mackey, with Highest 
Honors 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

William John Frisbie, III Jane Renee Penn 

John Grimsich, Jr. Raymond Robert Raufeisen 

Donald Jerome Mulligan Lee Chappelle Siple 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Robert Lawrence Ivers, with Honors Rosemary Young Mitchell 

IN THE HISTORY OF ART 
Gene Alan Davenport 

IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

Donald Charles Helmreich Kent Lowell McDaniel 

IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

Tohn Adam Urich 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Richard Kent Dorschler Robert Joseph Gabrielli 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Charlene Betty Anzalone Michael George Maksud 

Barbara Ann Berger, with Honors Phyllis Diane Miner 

Nancy Marlene Berquist, with High Janet Hope Moeller, with Highest 

Honors Honors 

Robert Earl Coleman Kenneth Eugene Nordquist 

Emil Ernst Diewald, with Honors Stephen Albert Nosek 

Vincent Rudolph Feigenbutz Richard Frank Raklovits 

Amelia Gaza Donald George Sammons 

Robert Lee Gockman Leroy Farwell Sterling 

Richard Wallace Haskins Alan Herman Toppel 

George Vernon Hoey Paul Donald Zaborac 

William Martin Koehler Marilyn Gaines Zeal 
Bruce Lund 



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IN RECREATION 



Joan Elizabeth Beatty 
Lorraine Ruth Borman, with High 
Honors 



Marylou McGowan, with Highest 
Honors 



THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Edward Henry Albrecht, Jr. 
Harry Malcolm Alvey 
Robert Frank Anderson 
Robert Donald Burns 
Raymon Herbert Cummings 
William Harry Donley 
Harry Anthony Dragotta 
William Ward Farnsworth 
Richard Frank Fenner 
Robert Edward Fitzgerald 
Robert Alfred Foster 
Lawrence Jack Gerske 
Donald Arthur Hentz 
Roger James Hughes, with Honors 
Paul Frederick Jahn, Jr., with 
Honors 



Tom Flaws Johnson 
Simon Peter Kelly 
Abram Bodine McConnell, Jr. 
Charles Coty Moore 
Rollo Jay Nesset 
James Edward Palmer 
Robert Clark Reed 
Kenneth Clarence Schlomann 
James Reeve Stocker 
Arthur Edward Tuveson 
Payton Martin Weber 
Kevin Emmett Wheeler 
Wesley Hilding Wiesland 
Roger Lenox Wilson 
John Clayton Woolard 
Floyde Eugene Ziegler 



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PRIZES AND AWARDS 



Alpha Lambda Delta Prize 
Jo Ann Davidson 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
John Martin Ruffner 

American Institute of Architects 
School Medal 
Lloyd Allen Leffers, First 
Harry D. Newman, Second 

American Institute of Mining and 
Metallurgical Engineers Prize 
Charles Eugene Childers 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Central Illinois Section 
Robert Henry Cordes 
James Lawrence Wymer 
Illinois Section 
Vello Hansen 
Thomas Nelson Harvey 

American Society of Landscape 
Architects Certificate 
Thomas Azor Campbell 

Ira O. Baker Prizes in Civil 
Engineering 
Raymond Edward Larson, First 
Keith Ainsworth Yarborough, 
Second 

Martha Belle Barrett Prize in 
History 
Eugene Michael Malecki 
James Bernard Pinski 

Beaux Arts Paris Prize in 
Architecture 
Norman Lenart Johnson 

Delta Theta Epsilon Award in 
Physical Education 
Bill James Turner 

Donald W. Doerscher Memorial 
Award in Philosophy 
Howard Franklin Crombie 
Stanley Harcourt Munat, Jr. 



Edward C. Earl Prizes in 
Architecture 

In Architectural Engineering 
James Edward Ambrose, First 
Howard Eugene Schroeder, Second 
Lloyd Allen Leffers, Third 

In Design 
Denis Keith 

English Poetry Prize 
Robert S. Sward 

Eta Kappa Nu Award in 
Electrical Engineering 
Joseph Emery Killpatrick 
Robert Willard Obermayer 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
James Byron Swan 

Harker Prize in Law 
John William Metzger 

Thacher Howland Guild Memorial 
Prize 
Donald Wells Moreland 

Illinois Society of Professional 

Engineers Awards 

Raymond Edward Larson 
William Wayne Lichtenberger 

Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 
Awards 
Fred Samuel Snyder, Jr. 
Fred Alan Cohan 

Institute of Radio Engineers 
Award in Electrical 
Engineering 
William Wayne Lichtenberger 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 

Joan Alice Searing 

Kappa Delta Pi Award in 
Education 
Richard Trevelyn Salzer 



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Mary C. McLellan Traveling 
Award in Art 
Richard Alexander Rogers 

Omicron Nu Plaque in Home 
Economics 
Gene Elaine Stimart 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 

Howard Eugene Schroeder, First 
Frederic Allen Kay, Second 
Victor E. Isaksen, Jr., Third 

Edward L. Ryerson Traveling 

Fellowships 

In Architecture 

John Martin Ruffner 

In Landscape Architecture 
Charles Robert Haugh 

St. Louis Advertising Club 
Awards 
John David Algert 
Bette Else Onstad 



Sigma Delta Chi Citation of 
Achievement 
Warren Delano Wolfson 

Theta Sigma Phi Award in 
Journalism 
LaVaun Adele Schild 

Richard F. Voynow Prize in 
Music 
Lloyd Phillip Farrar 



James M. White Prize in 
Architecture 

Victor E. Isaksen, Jr. 
John Martin Ruffner 



C. C. Wiley Traveling Award in 
Highway Engineering 

Dan Claire Dees 
Joseph Warren Guyton 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Urbana Departments 



ENCEMENT 



PROGRAM 



Memorial Stadium 

SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1956, 10:00 A.M. 



Commencement is an important and meaningful occasion 
to the University, its faculty, and the students who are 
candidates for degrees. In keeping with this feeling, all 
guests and participants are requested to avoid unneces- 
sary conversation or moving about during the exercises. 

No one except duly authorized press and University 
photographers is permitted to take pictures during the 
exercises. 

First Aid Stations are located in the Stadium be- 
tween Sections I and K, west of the Center of the 
East Great Hall, and in Huff Gymnasium, Room 
116 on the east side of the Gymnasium. 



COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 



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JUL 23 1956 

UNIVERSITY Of IWncms 



ORDER OF EXERCISES 



Professor Leslie Aulls Bryan, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman 
Captain James Mills Lane, M.S., U.S.N., Marshal 



COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 

America, Grand March Edwin Franko Goldman 

The University Concert Band 
Mark H. Hindsley, A.M., Conductor 



PRELUDE 

Zueignung (Dedication) Richard Strauss 

The University Concert Band 



SINGING OF "AMERICA" BY THE AUDIENCE 

My country, 'tis of thee, Our fathers' God, to Thee 

Sweet land of liberty, Author of liberty, 

Of thee I sing; To Thee we sing; 

Land where my fathers died, Long may our land be bright 

Land of the Pilgrims' pride, With Freedom's holy light ; 

From every mountain-side, Protect us by Thy might, 

Let Freedom ring. Great God, our King. 



INVOCATION 

The Reverend Malcolm E. Nygren, A.B., B.D. 
Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Champaign, Illinois 



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COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Robert De Blois Calkins, Ph.D., LL.D. 

President of The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. 



INTERLUDE 

American Jubilee Joseph Wagner 

The University Concert Band 



GREETINGS FROM THE ALUMNI 

Robert H. Fletcher, A.B., LL.B. 

President of the University of Illinois Alumni Association 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

David Dodds Henry, Ph.D., LL.D., HH.D., Litt.D., L.H.D. 
President of the University 



SINGING OF "AULD LANG SYNE" BY THE AUDIENCE 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 
For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



BENEDICTION 

The Reverend Mr. Nygren 



POSTLUDE 

March for Band Thomas Beecham 

The University Concert Band 



ACADEMIC COSTUMES 



The academic costume, consisting of cap, gown, and hood, originated 
in about the twelfth century. It was primarily worn for warmth. Subse- 
quently, the material of the gown and the lining and shape of the hood 
represented the economic and social as well as the academic status of the 
wearer. 

In the United States the great majority of the academic costumes now 
worn are in accordance with the general provisions of the Intercollegiate 
Code of 1895. Under this code, bachelors' gowns are made with pointed 
sleeves; masters' gowns are made with long closed sleeves with an arc near 
the bottom and slits for the arms; doctors' gowns are made with round 
open sleeves. All gowns are black. In foreign countries, gowns are of 
various colors. 

Bachelors' and masters' gowns are untrimmed. Doctors' gowns are 
faced down the front with velvet with three velvet bars across the sleeves. 
The facing and bars may be black or they may be the color of the field of 
study. Material of the gown and hood is usually of cotton or worsted for 
the bachelors' gowns and silk for the masters' and doctors' gowns. Gowns 
are worn open, except for the bachelors' which are closed at the top only. 
Women may wear white collars with bachelors' gowns when no hoods are 
worn. 

Hoods are also black. The doctor's hood is four feet in length; the 
master's, three and one-half feet; and the bachelor's, three feet. Hoods are 
lined with the official colors of the university. At the University of Illinois, 
these are orange and blue. The border of the hood, which is two inches, 
three inches, and five inches wide for the bachelor's, master's, and doctor's 
degrees respectively, identifies the faculty or department of study to which 
the degree pertains. 

The black mortarboard cap is standard in the United States. Doctors 
wear a gold tassel. Usually all other tassels are black, but where the grad- 
uating seniors do not wear a hood, as at the University of Illinois, the 
color of the cap tassel indicates the department of study. Tassels at the 
University of Illinois are always worn on the left front quarter of the cap. 
Caps are customarily removed only during prayers, and then by men only. 



Official colors for hood borders and cap tassels are as follows: 

Agriculture Maize 

Arts and Letters White 

Commerce and Business Administration Drab 

Dentistry Lilac 

Education Light Blue 

Engineering Orange 

Fine Arts Brown 

Forestry Russet 

Graduate Black 

Humanics Dark Crimson 

Journalism and Communications Black and White 

Law Purple 

Library Science Lemon 

Medicine Green 

Music Pink 

Nursing Apricot 

Oratory Silver Gray 

Pharmacy Olive Green 

Philosophy Blue 

Physical Education Sage Green 

Public Health Salmon 

Science Gold Yellow- 
Special Services for War Veterans Orange and Blue 

Theology Scarlet 

Veterinary Medicine Gray 



COMMITTEE ON COMMENCEMENT 

Leslie A. Bryan, Chairman 
George T. Clayton 
Ira W. Cole 
Charles S. Havens 
Laura J. Huelster 



Anthony J. Janata 
Francis J. Koenig 
Dorothy Litherland 
Edward E. Stafford 
Agnes G. Tandberg 



Robert W. Emmons, Treasurer of the Student Senate 
William R. Palmer, President of the Senior Class 



FACULTY GUIDES 



Lloyd E. Boley 
Gibbon Butler 
Ira W. Cole 
Hubert V. Cordier 
Thomas N. Ewing 
Gilbert C. Finlay 
Tom S. Hamilton 
Thomas C. Hartley 
Robert O. Harvey 
Harry W. Horn 
Charles E. Johnson 
Francis J. Koenig 
William M. Lewers 
Dorothy Litherland 
Merten J. Mandeville 
Robert M. Mayer 
Cyrus E. Palmer 



Stanley H. Pierce 
Clark S. Robinson 
Jesse Sampson 
Edward T. Sanford 
Allen V. Sapora 
Enid Schnauber 
Herbert L. Sharp 
James R. Shipley 
Cecil D. Smith 
James E. Stallmeyer 
Frederic R. Steggerda 
Victor J. Stone 
Albert C. Tillman 
Claude P. Viens 
Philip A. Wadsworth 
Karl R. Wallace 
John E. Wills 



HOODING COMMITTEE 



Robert B. Downs 
Gerald E. Moore 



Fredrick S. Siebert 
Marietta Stevenson 



PRESIDENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS 

William R. Palmer 



THE RETIRING FACULTY 

MEMBERS WHO WILL RETIRE SEPTEMBER 1, 1956 

Carroll J. Badger, Associate in Soil Fertility 

J. Lita Bane, Professor of Home Economics 

Harland Bartholomew, Professor of Civic Design 

Charles E. Bradbury, Professor of Art 

Sleeter Bull, Professor of Meats 

Kathryn VanAken Burns, State Leader of Home Economics 
Extension and Professor of Home Economics 

Frederick C. Dietz, Professor of History and Head of the 
Department 

George W. Goble, Professor of Law 

Robert Graham, Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine, 
Professor of Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, Professor 
of Veterinary Research and Head of the Department 

Jay C. Hacklemax, Professor of Crop Extension 

H. Skerry Hall, Associate Professor in the Bureau of Business 
Management 

Whitney C. Huntington, Professor of Civil Engineering and 
Head of the Department 

Florence M. King, Associate Professor of Home Economics 

John O. Kraehenbuehl, Professor of Electrical Engineering 

John A. Nicholson, Professor of Philosophy 

Albertine W. Osgood, Assistant Professor of Spanish and 
Counselor in the Student Counseling Bureau 

Fin a C. Ott, Commerce and Sociology Librarian with rank of 
Instructor (as of July 16, 1956) 

Robert F. Paton, Associate Professor of Physics (as of March 1, 

1956) 
Ernest A. Reid, Professor of Electrical Engineering 
William C. Robb, Professor of Economics 

Herbert J. Rucker, Associate Professor of Vocational Agriculture 
Merrill I. Schnebly, Professor of Law 

Helen T. Stewart, Assistant Circulation Librarian with rank of 
Assistant Professor 

Walter Lee Summers, Professor of Law 

Fred W. Tanner, Professor of Bacteriology 

George P. Tuttle, Director of Admissions and Records 

Clyde M. Woodworth, Professor of Plant Genetics 

William W. Yapp, Professor of Dairy Cattle Breeding 



Candidates for Degrees June 16, 1956 

The names of the degree candidates appear under their respective colleges 
and departments. The Graduate College is listed first and is followed by 
the undergraduate colleges, schools, and divisions in the order of their 
establishment. 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 

Candidates presented by Frederick Theodore Wall, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Graduate College 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Rodger Edward Karrenbrock, B.S., M.B.A., University of California, 1951, 1952 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Richard Robert Gold, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1955 
Winthrop Adolph Gustafson, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1954 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Velmar Walk Davis, B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1948, 1949 

Ki Hyuk Pak, A.B., Hosei University, 1943; A.B., The King's College (New 

Castle, Delaware), 1951 
James Sheldon St. Clair, B.S., University of California, 1941 ; M.S., 1947 
Harvey Smith Woods, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947; M.S., 1949 

IN AGRONOMY 

Edgar Inselberg, B.S., Cornell University, 1953 ; M.S., 1954 

Earl Crittenton Spurrier, B.S., M.S., University of Maryland, 1951, 1952 

Miles Coburn Williams, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1951, 1951 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Irene Hwei-lin Chang, B.S., University of Nanking, 1949; M.S., Michigan State 

University, 195 1 
Malcolm Daniel Lane, B.S., M.S., Iowa State College, 1951, 1953 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Richard Channon Eaton, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1948, 1949 

Alma Lamar Esplin, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1938; M.S., Texas 

Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1941 
James Ray Stouffer, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1953 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 
Russell James Beers, B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1933, 1935 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Julian Hawthorne Lauchner, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1954 
George Don McTaggart, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1954 

Joseph Luther Pentecost, B.Cer.E., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1951; M.S., 
1954 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Donald Ray Coughanowr, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1949; M.S., Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania, 195 1 



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IN CHEMISTRY 

Mask Munroe Chamberlain, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1953 

Edwin Lawson DeYoung, B.S., M.S., University of Louisville, 1952, 1953 

Ralph Coleman Farrar, Jr., B.S., University of Wichita, 1953 

William Sidney Ferguson, B.S., M.S., Oregon State College, 1949, 1953 

Hugh Harper Gibbs, B.S., M.S., Queen's University, 1952, 1954 

Larry Cully Hall, A.B., Bowling Green State University, 1952 

Paul Raymond Jones, A.B., Albion College, 1952 

Roger Harris Kottke, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1952 

William Herbert Lowden, A.B., Grinnell College, 1950 

Mohanan Damodaran Xair, B.S., M.S., University of Travancore (India), 1948, 

1950 
Robert Michael Nowak, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1953 
Rudolph Louis Pedrotti, B.S., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950, 1951 
Charles Brockway Roberts, B.S., University of Alberta, 1940; M.S., University 

of Arkansas, 1950 
Francis Matthew Scheidt, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1954 
Alfred Ayars Schilt, A.B., A.M., University of Colorado, 1950, 1952 
Adelbert Thomas Tweedie, B.S., University of Michigan, 1953 
Frederick William Wassmundt, A.B., DePauw University, 1953 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Nicholas Chryssafopoulos, B.S., Robert College, 1940; M.S., 1952 

William Walter Hay, B.S., Mgt.E., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1931, 

1948; M.S., 1048 
Reymond Louis Nordlund, B.A.Sc, University of British Columbia, 1951; M.S., 

University of Texas, 1954 

IN CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY 

Elizabeth Agnes Emily Bryson, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1951; 
A.M., 1953 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Durward Olds, D.V.M., Ohio State University, 1943; M.S., 1954 

IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 
Gopala Krishna Murthy, B.S., University of Mysore (India), 1944; M.S., 1953 

IN ECONOMICS 

Joseph William Bachman, B.S., University of Colorado, 1948; M.S., 1953 
Robert Spencer Hancock, B.S., North Central College, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Joseph Wilmer Thompson, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

IN EDUCATION 

Eugene Douglas Nichols, B.S., University of Chicago, 1949; A.M., Ed.M., 1953, 

1954 
Joyce Fyfe Wylie, A.B., Ed.M., University of Sydney, 1946, 1952 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Reuben William Aboudi, B.S.., M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
1952, 1953; M.S., 1955 

Alexander Stanley Chodakowski, B.S., M.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 
1941, 1946 

Floyd Dunn, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

John Belshaw Kreer, B.S., Iowa State College, 1951; M.S., 1954 

Phillip Nelson Larsen, B.S., Colorado State College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanical Arts, 1950; M.S., 1953 

IN ENGLISH 
Henry Frank Salerno, A.B., A.M., University of Colorado, 1949, 1950 



IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Victor Jack Brookes, B.S., University of Michigan, 1950; M.S., 1951 

Thomas Edwin Moore, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 

William Robin Richards, B.S., University of Alberta, 1949; M.S., 1951 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Ogden Carl Johnson, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1952 

John Hyland Litchfield, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950; 

M.S., 1954 
Ali Touba, B.S., M.S., Rutgers University, 1951, 1952 
Lloyd Allen Witting, B.S., M.S., 1952, 1953 

IN GEOLOGY 

Elizabeth Pretzer Rall, A.B., Brown University, 1943; A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1945 

IN GERMAN 
Josef E. Ryberg, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of North Carolina, 1947, 1949 

IN HISTORY 

Harry Alexander Poole, A.B., A.M., 1951, 1953 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Ralph Harvey Hopp, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1943; M.S., 1950 
Ralph Edward McCoy, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1937; B.S.(L.S.), 
M.S., 1939, 1950 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 

Don Smith Somerville, A.B., Capital University, 1946; A.M., Baylor University, 
1948 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Richard Solomon Ballance, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 

Kenneth Allyn Brons, A.B., North Central College, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 

Aubyn Freed, A.B., Clark University, 1949; A.M., 1952 

Charles Lewis Keller, Jr., B.S., University of Dayton, 1948; A.M., 1950 

Eugene Edmund Kohlbecker, B.S., M.S., 1952, 1953 

Walter Eddie Koss, A.B., A.M., University of Alabama, 1935, 1936 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Yuen Hung Lee, B.S., M.S., University of Michigan, 1951, 1952 
Wilson Tripp, B.S., M.S., University of California, 1930, 1933 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Walter Bohl, B.S., M.S., 1946, 1949 
Jun Hino, B.S., M.S., 1941, 1943 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Jozef Ruys, B.S., Academy of Physical Education (Amsterdam, Holland), 1948; 
M.S., 1953 

IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL BIOLOGY 

Paul Henry Latimer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1949; M.S., 1950 

IN PHYSICS 
Russell Carl Casella, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1951 ; M.S., 

1953 
Richard Bertram Curtis, A.B., Harvard College, 1952; M.S., 1954 
Jerrold Franklin, B.E.E., The Cooper Union, 1952; M.S., 1953 
David Francis Griffing, A.B., A.M., Miami University, 1949, 1950 
Walter Ashley Harrison, B.Eng.P., Cornell University, 1953; M.S., 1954 
James Wedd Henderson, Ph.B., B.S., University of Chicago, 1948, 1949; M.S., 

1950 



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Cleon Alvin Mackliet, B.S., A.B., University of Washington, 1950, 1950; M.S., 

1952 
SAMUEL Penner, A.B., University of Buffalo, 1952; M.S., 1954 
John Oliver Thomson, A.B., Williams College, 195 1 ; M.S., 1953 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 
Thomas William Nielsen, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1952 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Angelos Vasilios Adam, B.S., Ohio University, 1952; M.S., 1953 
James Lowell Dale, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952; M.S., 1953 
Halim Massoud Hilu, B.S., University of Arizona, 1953; M.S., 1955 
G. Reinhold Mankau, B.S., M.S., 1952, 1953 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 
William Joseph Block, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948; A.M., 1949 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Beverly Golden, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1951 

Karl Joseph Kadlub, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1951, 1954 

Pearl Schroeder, B.S., 1939; A.M., State University of Iowa, 1949 

IN SPANISH 

Harvey Darrel Taylor, A.B., A.M., University of Arizona, 1948, 1948 
Alfred Angelo Triolo, A.B., City College of New York, 1948; A.M., Columbia 
University, 1949 

IN SPEECH 

Patti Murray Grubb, A.B., University of Denver, 1949; A.M., University of 
Southern California, 1950 

IN STATISTICS 
Alvin Vincent Fend, B.S., M.S., A.M., 1949, 1950, 1952 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Bengt Baltzar Broms, Civil Engr., Chalmers Technical Institute (Gothenburg, 
Sweden), 1952; M.S., 1954 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Salah ElDine Sadek, B.V.Sc, Fouad First University, 1945; M.R.C.V.S., Royal 
College of Veterinary Surgeons, 1948; M.S., Michigan State University, 1950 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Vincent Gallicchio, B.S., University of Michigan, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Norman Lewis Levin, B.S., M.S., University of Connecticut, 1948, 1949 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

IN EDUCATION 

Harold Dale Hall, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1942; A.M., 1949 
Oliver LaVerne Rapp, B.S., M.S., 1926, 1927 



THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DEGREES 

THE DEGREE OF CIVIL ENGINEER 
Herman Leonard Danforth, A.B., Westminster College, 1936; B.S., 1946 



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THE DEGREE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 

William Graydon Albright, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1942; M.S., 

1947 
Rabindra Nath Ghose, B.E.E., College of Engineering and Technology (Bengal, 

India), 1946; D.I.I.Sc, Indian Institute of Science, 1948; M.S., University of 

Washington, 1952; A.M., Ph.D., 1954, 1954 
Fred Stanley Howell, B.S., 1946 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ANTHROPOLOGY 

Thomas Owen Beidelman, A.B., 1953 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Charles John Isoline, B.F.A., 1952 

IN CLASSICS 

John Crowell Thibault, Litt.B., Xavier University, 1944; Ph.Lic, Loyola Uni- 
versity, 1947 ; S.T.B., Alma College, 1954 

IN ECONOMICS 

Oladunjoye Akanbi Fashola, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1954 
James Mills Lane, M.S., University of Michigan, 1936 
Shoji Yamada, A.B., 1954 

IN EDUCATION 

Richard Curtis Lewis, A.B., Coe College, 1949 

IN ENGLISH 

Kenneth Irving Harris, A.B., 1955 

Ward Hellstrom, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 

IN FRENCH 
Ruth Ringland Rains, B.S., 1948 
Margot Rebhun, A.B., 1955 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

James Robert McDonald, A.B., Antioch College, 1955 

IN GERAAAN 

Anna Gutmann, A.B., New York University, 1954 

IN HISTORY 

Harry Costas Avery, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1953 
Margery Harder Bennett, A.B., Butler University, 1952 
Mary Janette Bohi, A.B., Wheaton College, 1951 
L. Wesley Norton, A.B., Th.B., Olivet Nazarene College, 1944, 1945 
Roy Anthony Rauschenberg, A.B., 195 1 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Frank Thomas Delauretis, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 
Stanley Harvey Goldstein, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1953 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Reece Thomas Harris, A.B., Reed College, 1955 



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John Elmer Nylander, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 
Conrad Erik Persox, A.B., Harvard College, 1954 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Edward Fergusox III, A.B., Millikin University, 1952 

Russell Columbus Vaxnoy, A.B., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 
1955 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

James A. Logax, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1939 

Gerald Herbert Sills, B.S., University of Southern California, 1949 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Frederic Kxowles Maxwell, B.S., 1954 

Georgia-Lee Virgixia Melvix, A.B., University of Connecticut, 1953 
Herbert Martix Rabix, A.B., Los Angeles State College, 1952 
Donald Wilsox Zimmermax, A.B., Indiana University, 1952 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Malathi Ayyadevara Rao, A.B., University of Madras, 1950; A.M., 1955 
Bruce Allen Wright, B.S., 1953 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Donald Elox Johxsox, B.S., M.S., 1952, 1954 
Marjorie Axita McCormick, A.B., 1954 

IN SPANISH 

Donald Richard Broadribb, A.B., University of Rochester, 1954 

Thelma Springer Canale-Parola, A.B., 1952 

Daniel Edward Quilter, A.B., University of Toledo, 1955 

IN SPEECH 

Charlene Frances Owen, A.B., Washington University, 1954 
Jamil Issa Toubbeh, A.B., Millikin University, 1954 

IN STATISTICS 

Allen Jay Black, Jr., B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1954 

Butrus Sami Kawar, B.S., University of Georgia, 1953 

Gust Leon Mackropoulos, B.S., 1955 

Donald Beam Shuford, A.B., 1955 

Duane LeRoy Whitlow, B.S., University of Denver, 1954 

Robert James Zaruba, B.S., 1955 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Deane Richard Doolen, A.B., University of Colorado, 1952 
Norman Francis Hallett, A.B., University of Miami, 1955 
Gene Alan Kamp, B.S., Greenville College, 1953 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Abdel-Moneim Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim, B.Com., University of Cairo, 1950 
Charles Jack Andrews, B.S., 1955 



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Hellfried Peter Holzer, Diploma, D.Com.Sci., Institute of Commerce (Vienna), 

1948, 1951 
Martin Edward Simons, B.S., University of London, 1950 
Kenneth Leroy Thurston, B.S., 1948 
Cecil Eugene Worrells, B.S., 1955 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Shian Yung Tung, B.S., National Taiwan University, 1953 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

James William Stewart, B.S., 195 1 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

Surendra Verma Arya, B.S., University of Allahabad, 1946 
Benjamin Franklin Muirheid, B.S., 1943 
Donald Gene Zook, B.S., 1953 

IN AGRONOMY 

Ralph Lee Gantz, B.S., Kansas State College, 1954 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Kenneth Duane Barbee, A.B., Blackburn College, 1950 
Sanford Jewell Ritchey, B.S., Louisiana State University, 195 1 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Elio Allio Goffi, B.S., University of Connecticut, 1950 
Max Walter Albert Moeller, Jr., B.S., 1951 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 
Donald LeRoy Stukenberg, B.S., 1953 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Rose Mary Hammer Boicourt, B.S., Cornell University, 1954 
Sonia Kucera, B.S., Mundelein College, 1954 

Grace Virginia Quinto, B.S., College of William and Mary, 1942; B.S., Columbia 
University, 1951 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

Marian Ann Norwich Watrach, B.S., 1952 

IN BOTANY 

Robert Williams Tuveson, B.S., 1954 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Daniel Lew Deadmore, B.S., 1949 

William Lincoln Robinson, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1953 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Abdemannan Kalimuddin Bandukwala, B.S., Poona University, 1952; B.S. 

(Tech.), Bombay University, 1954 
Chand-chi Thomas Cheng, B.S. , National University of Chekiang, 1943 
Robert Westwood Parsons, B.S., University of Idaho, 1954 
Thomas Edward Slykhouse, B.S., University of Michigan, 1955 
James Eugene Walther, B.S., University of Washington, 1954 

IN CHEMISTRY 
Donald Glenn Jacobs, B.S., 1954 

Constance Yvonne Karnes, B.S., South Dakota State College of Agriculture and 
Mechanical Arts, 1954 



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Joanne Shirley Madden, A.B., Central College (Fayette, Missouri), 1954 
Charles Arthur Plantz, B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1953 
Dorian Sevcik Smith, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1953 
VERONIKA Sziraky, B.S., University of Akron, 1955 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Raymond Jack Allen, B.S., 1955 

Robert Harold Anderson, B.S., 1953 

Thongchai Aphornratana, B.S., Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, 1951 

Luis Jorge Aristizabal, C.E., National University of Colombia, 1955 

Mark John Baron, B.S., University of Alberta, 1954 

Thomas Martin Barry, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 

Eduardo Carlos Tavares Bastos, Civ. and Ind. Engr., University of Brazil, 1949 

Stephane Rene Bernaert, Ecole Speciale des Travaux Publics (France) 

Elbert DeVore Holland Berry, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 

David Leroy Bills, B.S., United States Military Academy, 195 1 

James Franklin Boylan, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 

Eugene Paschall Brantly, B.C.E., North Carolina State College of Agriculture 

and Engineering, 1955 
Kenneth Nicholson Burn, B.Eng., Nova Scotia Technical College, 1952 
Park Kuen Chen, B.S.; Purdue University, 1955 
David Wise Clark, B.S., 1955 

John Hartley Cousins, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1951 
Joao Paulo Mendes Penna de Carvalho, C.E., Engineering School of Para 

(Brazil), 1952 
John Frederick Dreher, B.S., University of Connecticut, 1955 
Richard Theodore Eppink, B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1953 
Omer Ali Fettahlioglu, B.S., Robert College, 1954 

Mudhafer Ali Ghalib, p.S., Engineering College (Baghdad, Iraq), 1952 
Vello Hansen, B.S., 1955 
Charles William Harman, B.S., University of Missouri School of Mines and 

Metallurgy, 1952 
Leroy William Heilmann, B.S., 1954 
Te Chiang Hu, B.S., National Taiwan University, 1954 
John Emory Hurst, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Dinker Pranlal Joshi, B.E., Gujarat University, 1954 
Donald Hasbrouck Kline, B.C.E., North Carolina State College of Agriculture 

and Engineering, 1953 
Ergin Kok, B.S., Robert College, 1955 

Burke Whitehurst Lee, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Emmett Chambers Lee, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Thomas Kuan-Hsien Liu, B.S., 1955 

Harry Warner Lombard, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1951 
Robert Edward Lundberg, B.S., Michigan College of Mining and Technology, 

1953 
Everett Edwin McEwen, B.S., University of Rhode Island, 1954 
Lytle Gene Miller, B.S., 1950 

Ernest Thomas Mosley, B.S., University of Texas, 1953 
Vitalapur Nanjappavadhani Srinivas Murthy, B.E., University of Mysore, 

1945 
Herbert Kazuichi Okita, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1952 
Thomas Shingo Osa, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1952 
Robert Dean Owen, B.S., 1953 

Jack Carlisle Rafter. B.S., University of Washington, 1955 
Maurice Denman Roush, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Max Burton Scheider, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1951 
Henry Lenzen Schmitz, A.B., Ripon College, 1955; B.S., Massachusetts Institute 

of Technology, 1955 
Van Allen Silver, B.S., University of Utah, 1952 
Myron Dow Snoke, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 



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Sanford Herbert Stone, B.S., M.S., University of Michigan, 1943, 195 1 

James Tasi, B.C.E., New York University, 1955 

Fred Vendig, B.S., Columbia University, 1955 

Michael John Hawtrey West, B.S., University of London, 1951 

Richard Earl Woodring, B.S., Drexel Institute of Technology, 1954 

Mahmoud Anis Zabin, B.S., 1955 

IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 
Robert David Schnitzer, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1949 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 
Katherine Karakourtis, B.S., 1954 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

John Robert Claus, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Leon Edward Luber, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1952 
Robert Arthur Oppermann, B.S., 1955 

IN EDUCATION 
Dolores Fay Ahrens, B.S., 1951 
John Henry Behrens, B.S., 1942 
Jack Hayse, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 
Evelyn Elaine Herriman, B.S., University of Kansas, 1042 
Floyd Harold Pruitt, B.S., 1949 
Eugenie Ishak TewfiK, A.B., American University (Cairo), 1954 

IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Anita Magana Meyer, A.B., 1954 
Jerome Jefferson Schapiro, B.S., 1954 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Fred Robert Arndt, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 

Richard Adolph Aschenbrenner, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 

Frederick Willard Brown, B.S., California State Polytechnic College, 1955 

Pinaki Chaudhuri, B.E.E., Jadavpur College (Calcutta, India), 1953 

Donald Francis Connors, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 195 1 

Loyal Lores Hurlbert, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1950 

Evan E. Huston, B.S., Colorado State College, 1951 

William James Kennedy, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 

Richard Jay Kenyon, B.S., 1955 

Modrins Visvaldis Kreismanis, Diploma in Eng., Rhenish-Westfalian Technical 

University, 1950 
Henry Virgil Krone, B.S., 1952 
Franklin Kuo, B.S., 1955 

John Gill McGrail, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 
Magnus Moll, Jr., B.S., Purdue University, 1949 
Radhanellore Chockalingam Natarajan, B.E., Annamalai University (Madras, 

India), 1949 
Richard Willard Obermayer, A.B., 1955 

Roger Matthew O'Neill, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 
David De Sales Otten, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 
Harish Chandra Pande, B.E., University of Rajputana, 1955 
Thomas Earl Paulson, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 
B. S. Rajagopaliengar, B.S., B.E., University of Mysore, 1932, 1937 
James Allan Ross, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Casimir Joseph Rubis, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 
John Fabian Wassenberg, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Albert Joseph Wavering, Jr., B.S., 1955 

Thomas Howard Witte, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 
Herman Joseph Yost, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1955 



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IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Eugene Michael Bravi, B.S., DePaul University, 1952 
Robert Earl Lewis, A.B., Earlham College, 1952 
John Warren Matteson, B.S., 1954 
Ronald Harmon Meyer, B.S., 195 1 

IN GEOGRAPHY 

Stanley Alcide Changnon, Jr., B.S., 1951 

David Russell Opperman, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1947 

IN GEOLOGY 

Jack Baker, A.B., Princeton University, 1950 

Donald Lawrence Ballmann, B.S., 1955 

Frederick William Cropp III, A.B., College of Wooster, 1954 

Robert Wilson Fisher, B.S., 1953 

Dipankar Niyogi, M.S., University of Calcutta, 1049 

Dale Duane Patterson, B.S., 1955 

Sanford Ingels Phillips, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1955 

Sushil Kumar Siddhanta, B.S., M.S., University of Calcutta, 1937, 1940 

Clifford Layne Van Horn, A.B., Berea College, 1952 

Lee Foster Williamson, B.S., University of South Carolina, 1951 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 
James Patrick Gorman, A.B., Oberlin College, 1951 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Derotha Jean Brown, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1945 
Melva Baughman Ponton, B.S., 1049 

IN HORTICULTURE 

Robert Alden Miller, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1955 
Richard Harry Whalen, B.S., College of St. Thomas, 1954 

IN JOURNALISM 
Marie Helen Melville, A.B., 1954 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Janice Barbara Babb, A.B., 1954 

Betty Martin Brown, A.B., University of Vermont and State Agricultural Col- 
lege, 1950 

Charlotte Dennerline Callahan, A.B., DePauw University, 1953 

Yung-en Chao, A.B., Ginling College, 1941 

Kittie May Crockett, B.S., University of Oregon, 1953 

Emily Helen Dunstan, A.B., Illinois College, 1955 

Rachel Ragle Dyal, A.B., University of Kansas, 1943 

Maureen Delourice Flynn, A.B. (L.S.), University of Oklahoma, 1953 

Carolyn Conant Hayes, A.B., MacMurray College, 1947 

Edwin Surl Holmgren, A.B., Stanford University, 1955 

Edward Allen Howard, A.B., University of Louisville, 1953 

Effie Eugenia Mauldin, A.B., Millsaps College, 1938; Ed.M., University of Mis- 
sissippi, 1950 

Mart an Merala, Lie. Vet. Sci., University of Madrid, 195 1 

Mary Helen Rasmussen, A.B., University of New Hampshire, 1952; M.Mus. 
1953 

Sarah Ruth Stacy, B.S., Simmons College, 1953 

Anne English Stewart, A.B., Duke University, 1955 



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Curtis William Stucki, A.B., Cornell College, 1950; A.M., University of Oregon, 

1954 
Ellen Adelia Torgrimson, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1925 
Erika Martha Velten, B.S., Marquette University, 1954 
Carolyn Irene Whitenack, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1948 
Alice Parminter Wiren, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1947 
Mei Jean Wong, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1955 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Paul Charles Kerkhoff, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1951 
Robert David Uteg, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1952 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Richard Charles Becker, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1953; M.S., 1954 

David Scott Geiger, B.S., 1954 

James Tomei Joichi, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1049 

George Albert Robinson, Jr., B.S., 1955 

Alan Troy, B.S., University of Chicago, 1953 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Oscar Baguio, B.S., University of the Philippines, 1933 

Donald Robert Bahnfleth, B.S., 1952 

Thomas Fuller Bamford, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 

James Frank Bueche, B.S., 1955 

Robert Kenneth Campbell, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1952 

Roy Neuman Cummings, B.A.E., Syracuse University, 1943; Ed.M., St. Lawrence 

University, 1953 
Harry Joseph Dawson, B.S., Bradley University, 1954 
Leonard Baldwin Graiff, B.S., 1955 
John William Kurzrock, B.S., 1955 
Robert Rudolph Laschober, B.S., 1955 
Hwa-Ping Lee, B.S., National Taiwan University, 1954 
Eugene Walter Lewis, B.S., 1955 

Poolla Durga Siva Rao, B.S., Benares Engineering College, 1952 
Richard Alfred Schwarz, B.S., United States Military Academy, 195 1 
Shyam Pada Sen, B.E., University of Calcutta, 1948 
Earl R. Smith, B.S., 1952 
Larry Earl Stump, B.S., 1953 

Paul Antoine Van Lierde, Diploma, University of Louvain, 1954 
Robert Elliot Wilson, B.S., Oregon State College, 1955 

IN MINING ENGINEERING 
George Robert Eadie, B.S., 1949 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Glen Irwin Ballard, B.Mus.Ed., Shurtlefr College, 1955 

William Edward Bissell, B.Mus.Ed., Willamette University, 1952 

Laurin Ray Blasier, B.S., State Teachers College (Mansfield, Pennsylvania), 

I95i 
Richard Albert Boerlin, B.S., 1955 

Irving Bunton, B.Mus.Ed., Northwestern University, 1954 
Charles Carl Burnsworth, B.S., State Teachers College (Fredonia, New York), 

1953 
Alan Duane Castle, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1955 
Philip Washington Eherenman, B.Mus., DePauw University, 1953 
Thomas Francis Ford, B.Mus.Ed., American Conservatory of Music, 1955 
Alfred Griffin, B.S., 1948 
Robert Gordon Howell, B.S., 1952 
Thomas Max Hyde, B.S., 1953 



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Edward John Krolick, B.Mus., M.Mus., Eastman School of Music, 1948, 1951 

Sheldon Fay Littell, B.S., 1953 

Jack Allan Malik, B.Mus., DePauw University, 1953 

Robert Thomas Nebgen, B.Mus. Ed., Drake University, 1953 

Robert Franklin Rhodes, B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1953 

Charles Robert Runyon, B.S., 1955 

Audrey Joy Schulz, B.S., 1955 

Richard William Schwalbe, B.S., 1953 

Lewis Raymond Sheckler, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1953 

Donald Elliott Shippee, B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 195 1 

Sister Anne Loyola Burke, B.Mus., DePaul University, 1949 

Gaylord Franklin Thomas, B.F.A., Nebraska State Teachers College (Kearney), 

1955 
John Robert Watson, B.S., East Carolina College, 1955 
Jane Reed Wineman, B.S., 1954 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

James Katsuhide Asato, B.S., University of Hawaii, 1952 

Charles Boerio, B.S., 1953 

Paul Holland, Jr., B.S., 1950 

Rex Bernard Smith, B.S., 1950 

Isaiah Washington, Jr., B.S., Lincoln University, 1950 

IN PHYSICS 

Grenfell Paul Boicourt, A.B., Reed College, 1951 ; A.M., University of Oregon, 

1953 
Daniel Mordecai Greenberger, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1954 
Roland Clements Hanson, B.S., Michigan College of Mining and Technology, 

1955 
Samuel Melvin Harris, B.S., 1955 

William Coffeen Holton, B.S., University of North Carolina, 1952 
Richard Leo Linster, B.S., 1955 
Jefferson Frederick Newton, B.S., 195 1 
Thomas George Nilan, B.S., Columbia University, 1950 
Florian Richard Nykiel, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 
Irwin Schneider, B.S., 1954 
John Henry Warren, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 195 1 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 
Lloyd Miller Barr, B.S., University of Chicago, 1954 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 

Biruta Valda Eimanis, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1954 
Isobel Garrett Windsor, B.S., University of Edinburgh, 1953 

IN RECREATION 

Jean Aileen Olson, B.S., 1952 

IN SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Mudhafer Ali Ghalib, B.S., Engineering College (Baghdad, Iraq), 1952 
Robert Harold Harmeson, B.S., 1941 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 
Richard Allen Hoops, A.B., Oberlin College, 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

James Harrison Clinton, B.S., 1955 
Anthony Joseph Kral, B.S., 1955 



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Marilyn Gonser Schalge, B.S., Michigan State Normal College, 1954 
Donald Henry Zimmerman, B.S., Wisconsin State College (River Falls), 1955 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
Laura Joyce Hill, B.S., 1951 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 
Donald Augustus Van Matre, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1951 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Mildred Mosby, B.S., Wheaton College, 1953 

Doris Krull Thomson, B.S., 1955 

George Curtiss West, A.B., Middlebury College, 1953 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

James Edmund Barnett, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1952 

Joseph Stephen Ceo, B.F.A., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1954 

Mary LueEllen Denzine, A.B., Oberlin College, 1953 

Julia Elizabeth Deskins, B.Mus., University of North Carolina, 1954 

Nancy Carol Popel Elson, B.Mus., 1954 

Barbara Lois McClain, A.B., B.Mus., Olivet Nazarene College, 1951, 1954 

Walter Leo Noona, Jr., B.S., East Carolina College, 1954 

Lester Miller Van Tress, B.Mus., A.B., 1928, 1935 

Dorothy Joanne Woodle, B.Mus., University of Kansas, 1955 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Robert Walter Baldwin, A.B., Emmanuel Missionary College, 1951 

Julia Ruth Baran, A.B., Indiana University, 1942 

Norma Petefish Behrend, A.B., Carleton College, 1949 

Marilyn Eva Winslow Brozio, A.B., Millikin University, 1951 

Beverly Bruce, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1951 

Craig Vaughton Bushert, B.S., Millikin University, 1948 

Norman W. Campbell, B.S., Ball State Teachers College, 1951 

Dorothy Tippett Caraker, A.B., Bessie Tift College, 1936 

Stephen Lucien Caruso, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Mary Joan Coon, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1946 

Homer Darrel Cruthis, B.S., 1952 

Margery Steele Davenport, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1953 

Marianne Green Davis, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1954 

Leonard A. Dobson, B.S., 1940 

Harold Benjamin Elliott, B.S., 1949 

Clarence Jack Emery, B.S., Northern Illinois State College, 1949 

David Ivan Gates, B.S., 1951 

Donald Max Goff, B.S., 1952 

John Walter Hallberg, A.B., 1951 

Donald Louis Hamilton, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Glen Edward Hubele, B.S., 1955 

Evalyn Mary Huffman, B.S., 1954 

Bertha Aline Johnson, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1945 

Merlin Leon Jones, B.S., Quincy College, 1950 

Robert Edward Jones, B.S., Arkansas State College, 1951 

Frank Joseph Koltnski, B.S., Loyola University, 1952 

Marilyn Lacy, A.B., MacMurray College, 1954 

Willard Earl Lazier, B.S., 1952 

Charles William Lee, B.S., 1952 

Herman William Linder, B.S., 1951 



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Robert Earl LlNGLE, B.S., Greenville College, 1953 

George Edwin Logan, B.S., 1949 

GILBERT Dale McKeon, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1953 

Naomi Jackson Mocko, B.S., 195 1 

\l \kv Ann Morse, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1953 

Bernard Milton Myers. H.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 

BOSTIC Naar. B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 

is \nthony Paonessa, B.S., St. Joseph's College, 1953 
Verne Marvin Pinkston, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1953 
Charles Edward Powers, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1951 
Harold August Rademacher, B.S., 1947 
Rowena Reese, A.B., University of Denver, 1954 

Robert Joseph St. Germaine, B.S., Michigan State Normal College, 1955 
Milton Frederick Schonebaum, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
James Donald Sheehan, B.S., Millikin University, 1951 
Aristotle Harry Soter, A.B., 1955 

Helen Lee Stevens, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1944 
Clarence Richmond Thayer, Jr., B.S., Westminster College, 1949 

« rERALDINE THOMPSON, B.S., 1952 

Margaret Ann Tinder, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, 195 1 

Allen Glenn Trevor, A.B., Augustana College, 1949 

Ralph Wilbert Twenhafel, B.S., 1951 

Glenn Alois Ulrich, B.S., M.S., 1949, i95o 

Tohn Albert Walker, B.S., 1951 

Henry Lester Warner, B.S., Central State Teachers College (Stevens Point, 

Wisconsin), 1940 
Fred Oscar Widicus, B.S., McKendree College, 1952 
David Dale Winters, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1955 
Ruth Alice Wolfe, B.S., 1948 
Merle Milton Robert Zeschke, B.S., 1953 
Dorothy Marie Zook, A.B., Greenville College, 1953 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK 

Mary Louise Alexander, A.B., Louisville Municipal College, 1949 

Mildred Eileen Anderson, A.B., 1952 

Eugene Joseph Cerveny, A.B., Carthage College, 1954 

Dorothy Utman Ciaccio, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1948 

Moses Cohen, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1951; A.M., New York University, 1952 

Margaret Elizabeth Douglass, A.B., College of Wooster, 1946 

Audrey Dowling Eberhardt, B.S., 1951 

Paul Lerman, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1949 ; A.B., Roosevelt College, 1954 

Baruch Levine, B.S., 1954 

Earl Dean McCoy, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1946 

Norma Willette Ernice Pendleton, A.B., Carroll College, 1954 

Selig Rubinrott, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1951 

John Castillo Sanchez, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1953 

Morton Aaron Schrag, A.B., Oberlin College, 1950 

Beverley Moore Severson, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1949 

Irene Meehan Smith, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954 

Lois Jeanette Smola, A.B., Hamline University, 1952 

Betty Groh Walsh, A.B., Rockford College, 1945 

LaDorothy Graves Williamson, A.B., 1953 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

Tom Salvatore Fricano, B.F.A., Bradley University, 1953 

Ward Lindley, Jr., B.F.A., University of Nebraska, 1953 

John Geoffrey Naylor, Diploma, Leeds College of Art, 1953; Certificate, Hornsey 

School of Art. 1954 
Edwin Ruda, B.S., Cornell University, 1947; A.M., Columbia University, 1949 



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THE QEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWS 

Jay Francis Bates, LL.B., University of Idaho, 1955 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE 

James Lee Caron, B.S., 1950 

Robert Palmer Darlington, B.Arch., Cornell University, 1950 

Delbert Raymond Engblad, B.S., 1952 

Walter Edgar Green, Jr., B.S., 1952 

Theodore Ernest Kurz, B.S., 1953 

Richard Glenn Lundgoot, B.S., 1952 

Martin Bennett Schaffer, B.S., 1953 

Sinee Sinadyodharaks, B.Arch., Chulalongkorn University, 1952 

Pak Cheong Woo, B.Arch., 1954 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Arthur Loren Aikman, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950; M.S., 1953 
Vernon Woodrow Entrekin, B.Mus., Louisiana State University, 1940 
Bebe Loveless Randolph, B.S., Ed.M., 1941, 1952 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Walter Edward Urben, B.Mus., College of the Pacific, 1947; B.Mus., 1948; 
M.Mus., Indiana University, 1949 



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HONORS 

Candidates presented by Henning Larsen, Ph.D., Litt.D. 
Provost of the University 

VALEDICTORIANS 

FEBRUARY, 1956 

Edward Allen Huber, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
Harold Frank Tenxey, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Law 

JUNE, 1956 

Ruth Louise McNabb, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics Education 
Virginia Joy Thompson, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 

SALUTATORIANS 

FEBRUARY, 1956 

Uldis Blukis, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Rita Carol Chanen, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 

JUNE, 1956 

Glen Everett Gordon, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 
Marjorie Andrea Wiegand, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 

BRONZE TABLET 

Howard Isaac Aronson, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Henry Wolfgang Babel, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Philip Louis Ball, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Barbara Joan Baxter, Bachelor of Science in Physical Education 

Glen Richard Bernfield, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Alvin Philip Bernstein, Bachelor of Science in Management 

Richard Edward Blechschmidt, Bachelor of Science in Finance 

Uldis Blukis, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Warren Conrad Born, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of German 

Dolores June Brence, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 

Nancy Jean Brown, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 

Nancy Broaddus Carson, Bachelor of Science in Music Education 

Rita Carol Chanen, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics 

Virginia Pearl Churchill, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 

Roger Lee Deakins, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Jane Ellen Eaton, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 

Joseph Francis Enrietto, Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering 

Stanton Lee Freidberg, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Roberta Perle Friedman, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of English 

Donald Alan Gall, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Glen Everett Gordon, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Donald Harry Granbois, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 

Uri Fritz Groxemann, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Joan Ruth Groth, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 

Seifollah Hakimi, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

Robert Gustave Herixg, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

Russell Harold Hopps, Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering 

Thomas Dale Hubbard, Bachelor of Architecture 

Edward Allen Huber, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 

James Stanley Kaltenbronn, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Martha Rosebraugh Kappmeyer, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 

Richard Prather Kesler, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

David Alvix Kjell, Bachelor of Science in Finance 

Frederick Robert Kurz, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 

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Edward John Ladewski, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 
Nancy Sifferd Lambert, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Joseph John Lang, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
John Richard Lehmann, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
Thomas Earl Lund, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 
Mary Elizabeth Mangaoang, Bachelor of Science in the Teaching of the Bio- 
logical Sciences and General Science 
Jean Helen Matkovich, Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of Spanish 
Robert Thomas McCall, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 
Ruth Louise McNabb, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics Education 
Shirley Ann McVicar, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Donald Wayne Moon, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 
Louis Oling, Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering 
Meline Pilibosian, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Irene Louise Rasmussen, Bachelor of Science in the Teaching of the Biological 

Sciences and General Science 
William Edward Rohr, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 
Ross David Rolander, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 
Jerome Jesse Rosenthal, Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering 
Mary Sanford, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 
Robert David Shinn, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 
Jane Alexander Solomon, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 
David Pricer Spencer, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Landscape Architecture 
Al Zoltan Spitz, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy 
Sanford Stein, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
Shirley Jean Stewart, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 
Ronald Joseph Swallow, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics 
Harold Frank Tenney, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Law 
Virginia Joy Thompson, Bachelor of Science in Marketing 
John William Torrance, Jr., Bachelor of Science in Journalism 
William Thomas Tozer, Bachelor of Science in Economics 
Marvin Wayne Trautwein, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 
Mary Ann Uffelman, Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Training 
Doris Jacquelyn Vogt, Bachelor of Music 

George Frank Votruba, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Jean Gertrude Wehner, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Roberta Joan Weitzman, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Marjorie Andrea Wiegand, Bachelor of Science in Journalism 
John Elliot Wills, Jr., Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Richard Phillip Wishner, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 
Thomas Alan Yungbluth, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 
William Nelson Zartman, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering 
Steven Burt Zimmerman, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences 



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THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Candidates presented by Louis Bradley Howard, Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Dean of the College of Agriculture 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 



RONALD DUANE AlKEN 

Mohammed Adnan Alamuddeen 
Robert Dale Albers 
Gene Otto Augustin 
Paul Edward Awe 
Burl Pryce Baker 
Charles Richard Baker 
Robert LeRoy Baluka 
Tames Edward Bartell 
George Raymond Beazly 
John Casmier Bielunski 
Tames Eugene Bradley 
Roger Keith Bretthauer, with 

Honors 
Robert Wilbur Briggs 
William Scott Brinker 
Lewis Earl Britton, with Honors 
Paul Dean Brown 
Paul Lewis Brown 
Frederick Earl Bumpus 
Malcolm Hampton Campbell 
William Frank Campbell 
Silvio Capponi, Jr., with Honors 
John Mackay Carson 
William Jordan Checkley 
William Davis Cinnamon 
James Milton Clapper 
Robert Willis Clark, with High 

Honors 
Theodore Jay Coffman 
John Henry Conerty 
Paul Eugene Curtis 
James Olin Day 
Don Eugene DeBolt 
John Clarence DeFries, with Honors 
Donald Dale Denby 
Wayne Henry Dolk 
Charles Francis Douglas 
Harlan George Ehmen 
Kenneth Wayne Ellis 
James DeElton Elmer, with Honors 
Robert William Emmons 
Richard Colin Ewan, with Honors 
Donald Paul Ferlicka 
Ralph Glen Fisk 
Albert Franklin Flentje 
Clarence Dale Fluegel 
Maxwell M. Forbes 
John Leslie Gill, with High Honors 
Howard Franklin Gingerich, with 

Honors 



Roger B. Gomien 

Edward John Gonwa 

William Carr Gossett, with Honors 

Leon Emil Harrast 

Frederick Charles Heyl 

Donald Paul Higgs 

Paul Hinrichs 

Ralph Harry Jensen 

Kenneth Claud Kellerhals 

Donald Isaac Kerr, Jr. 

Jack Lee King 

Joseph Charles Klein 

Lloyd Edward Klindworth 

Fred William Knapp 

Richard Curtis Knight 

Robert Epler Knudson 

William Rudolph Kobrow 

Martin Francis Kovacs, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Christopher Victor Kunkel 
Wesley Ray Lackey 
David Lee Lampert 
David Thomas Larson, with Honors 
Jack Leon Leftwich 
Paul Victor Loitz 
Richard Lawrence Lower 
Richard Henry Luth 
John Raymond Marquis 
Ronald Herbert Maurer 
Earl Lester McIntyre 
Hugh Robert McMaster 
Gerald Wayne McWard 
Alan Carl Menge 
Richard Kenneth Milash 
Gerald Ray Miller, with High 

Honors 
David Wilson Mobley 
Harold David Myatt 
Paul Leon Myers 
Donald Lee Nelson 
Robert Lee Palermo 
Howard Edwin Parr 
Rolland Howard Patch 
Willitt Silvester Pierce 
Gordon Lowell Reichert 
Paul Eugene Rieke 
Louis Everett Schairer 
Lester Franklin Schnake 
Samuel Howard Shockey, Jr. 



iv\ 



Richard Leroy Showalter 

Murray John Smidt 

John Edward Smith, with Honors 

Arlen Ray Speckman 

Stanley Maynard Sterrenberg, with 

Honors 
Richard Paulen Stone 
Howard Charles Svoboda 
Duane Keith Swarts 
Clarence Claude Teagarden 
Robert Eric Tellschow 
Donald Gene Thompson 
Marvin Wayne Trautwein, with 

High Honors 
Lloyd Lee Tripp 
Gordon Clare Turnbull 
Dale William Wachtel, with High 

Honors 



Paul Sigurd Wallem 
George William Walsh 
Oliver Lincoln Ward 
Bobbie Lee Emil Weiss 
Ronald Lee Welling 
George Cline Wells 
Richard Eugene West 
William Bruce West 
Harvey Lee Weyen 
Donald Fred Wiechman 
Charles Silas Wilcox 
Raymond Martin Wood 
Gayle Wayne Wright 
Thomas Alan Yungbluth, with High 
Honors 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 



John Paul Beeftink 
Richard Walter Delhey 
Charles Henry Hackl 



Eugene Theodore McGarrahan 
Dwight Fisher Ringhausen 
Robert Lee Svehla 



IN FLORICULTURE 
James Glynn Karas, with Honors Ronald Dean Parker 



John William Robinson 



IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



juliann ankenbrand 

Shirley Eileen Bailey 

Joann Baker 

Marilyn Jane Beinhauer 

Ellen Ann Bell 

Bernadine Anne Bernhardt, with 

Honors 
Martha Louise Boren 
Marcia Kathleen Brown 
Sylvia V'Lee Cayten 
vlrginie dorsey clark 
Janice Louise Donagher 
Anna Jeanette Elger, with High 

Honors 
Joanne Joy Forsberg 
Rubey Charlene Frasier 
Romayne Louise Goranson 
Joan Ellen Guyer 
Bette Ann Hammond 
Nancy Winslow Heywood 
Gertrude Ann Hoffman 
Arlene Rose Huddleston 



Vivienne Margaret Huffman, with 

Honors 
Mary Ruth Huntwork, with Honors 
Lynn Carol Just 
Nancy Carolyn Lehmer 
Carole Adele Leverty 
Mary Lotus Long 
Edna Tawzer McCue, with Honors 
Celia Jean O'Keefe 
Sally Holz Parsons 
Marilyn Ann Perry 
Betty Lee Purnell 
Alice Marie Rudwall 
Beverly Claire Shanle 
Alice Ann Shepherd 
Judith Ruby Smith 
Rae Ann Starr, with Honors 
Judith Munnis Tippett, with Honors 
Barbara Ann Tucker 
Genevieve Vera Wallen 
Mary Jane Welch 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Virginia Strohm Addy 

Myrene Grace Anderson 

Lois Frances Bauer 

Leona Webb Beatty 

Frances Ronelle Beyer, with High 

Honors 
Nancy Bowen 
Doris Maureen Crist, with High 

Honors 



Marilyn Spitzer Dawkins, with 

Honors 
Judith Carolyn Gates 
Nancy Monroe Gossett 
Josephine Frances Hendricks 
Joyce Caroline Horvath 
Carolyn Elizabeth Land, with 

Honors 
Marlys Joanne Lothson 



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Ruth Louise McNabb, with High Merle Irene Smedberg 

Honors Frances Caroline Smith 

Audrey Lois Nelson Phyllis Joan Stolz, with Honors 

Ann Matthews O'Leary Donna Meils Strunk 

Carolyn Ann Owens Janet Lee Vaughn, with Honors 
Arlene Ann Shaddock 

IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 
William Patrick Myers 



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THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Candidates presented by William Littell Everitt, E.E., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Engineering 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



Fernando Acosta-Carbonell 
Harry David Allen 
Francis Henry Bergonz 
Jack Jarrell Bland 
John Kelly Boyles 
Satyanarayan-Rao Channapragada 
Richard Roy Cullom 
Maynard Clarence Cusworth 
Shirley Virgil Drum 
Richard Frank Dudkiewicz 
Donald Albert Freund 
Maurice Harold Garnholz 
Larry Alan Geer 



John William Gibb, Jr. 
George Gieser Glenn 
Albert William Griffith 
Richard Eugene Herman 
John William Hines 
Fred Yoshiharu Horiuchi 
Samuel Leonard Kelder 
Harry Joseph Kirschner, Jr. 
Fred Oven Martikan, with High 

Honors 
Richard Michael Petrelewicz 
Robert Gerald Skorodinsky 
Joseph John Voda 



IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



Millard K. Darnall 
Stephen Donald Hawtree 



Marvin Bennett 
James William Glasford 
Irvin Guy Goodman, Jr. 
Elwin Leroy Johnson 
Keith Karl Kappmeyer 



John Asher Replogle, with Honors 
Alfred William Wilde 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

John Martin Kerr 
Randolph Arlen Lund 
Robert Ray Pettyjohn 
Jerome Jesse Rosenthal, with High 
Honors 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Ted Arnold Bergeson 

Bob Orland Buckles 

Ronald Arthur Burke 

Ralph Busse 

Eugene David Canfield, Jr. 

John LeRoy Cange 

Martin Louis Cawley 

Bertram Nelson Clarbour 

Aubrey Wendell Crowder 

Donald Eugene Eckmann 

John Michael Gibbons 

Bruce Michael Hannon 

Eugene Louis Joerns 

Ignas Juzenas 

Raymond Korzonas 

Robert Thomas Kucera, with Honors 

Edward John Ladewski, with High 

Honors 
John Henry Lamb 
Kwok Chu Lau 
Ronald Matthew Leahy 
William Donald Lentz 
David Levy-Lombroso 
Laurice Dale Martin, Jr. 
Otis Eugene Michels 



Kay Frank Mihevc 

Forest David Musselman 

Miroslaw Noyszewski 

Gerald Rudolph Olson 

William Francis Perenchio, with 

Honors 
Richard Arthur Polinski 
Robert Gene Pugh 
Daniel Lester Rees, Jr. 
Donald Wayne Reeves 
Stanley Theodore Rolfe 
William Dale Schulz 
Ying Jer Shieh 
Richard Lee Siegle 
Clay Haskell Skinner 
Adrian Keith Stonecipher 
Mehmet Ali Tan 
Perry Anderegg Tanner 
James Robert Tison 
Edward Verba 
John Vincent Vivoda, Jr. 
Robert Kenneth Waddick 
James David Walton 
Roger Dennis Werner 



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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Claude Charles Alexander 

Norman Paul Alexander 

Arthur Lee Anderson 

Robert Cary Anderson 

John Walter Baur 

Eugene Benedict Bayer 

Harry Becker 

Edward Paul Bialecke, Jr. 

John Kenneth Boyle, Jr. 

Robert Carl Bratschun 

David Roy Breuer 

David Paul Brown 

Bruce Everett Burgess, with Honors 

Stephen John Burimaukas 

Venus Pierce Buster 

Richard E. Carter 

Donald Ray Chick 

Richard William Chylla 

Anthony David Ciccanti 

John Edwin Crowe 

Richard Earl Crowe 

Alfonso Cuevas-Bustos 

Bruno Valentino Dal Corobbo 

Robert Francis Daly 

George Edward DeLong 

Daniel Van De Simone, with Honors 

Robert Willis Dickmax 

Vito Anthony DiMucci 

Earl Willis Dinwiddie 

Gene Allen Dixon 

William Louis Doepp 

Henrique Drews-Arango, with High 

Honors 
Leroy Louis Dreyer 
Stanley Dubauskas 
Richard Charles Dubes 
Walter Edwin Eichelberger 
Donald Lee Epley 
Glenn Edward Ferre 
James Thomas Fingleton 
Charles Downman Fitz-Hugh, Jr. 
Burton James Gerhardt 
Stephen Winfield Gilbert 
Wendell Dean Gramley 
Ronald John Grosch 
Anthony George Hartman 
Don Eugene Hellickson 
Robert Martin Henehan 
Robert John Henke 
Henry Charles Hennis 
Allen Emanuel Herbeck 
David James Hucker 
Roger Earnest Hume 
Clairmont Owen Hunder 
Robert Paul Johannes 
Robert Stephen Josepher 
William Francis Joy 
Joseph Richard Karge 
Lowell Archie Kelly, Jr. 
John Curtis Kemp 
Don Francis Kesler 



Marshall Kent Kingery 
Arvydas Joseph Kliore, with High 

Honors 
Herbert Kumeo Kobayashi 
Donald Frank Koenig 
Joseph Donald Koenig 
John Mathias Kolb 
Nicholas John Kuhn 
Joseph John Lang, with High Honors 
Verlin Albert Lauher 
John Richard Lehmann, with High 

Honors 
Robert Harold Lenke 
Ted Reuben Leth 
Richard Fredrick Maier 
Robert Anderson Mangis 
Herbert Diehl Marbach, with High 

Honors 
William Frederick Martens, Jr. 
Alarico Caetano Ludwig 

Mascarenhas 
Alan Donald Mead 
Hryhorij Melnyk 
William James Millon 
Peter Michael Miskinis 
Frank Robert Mitchell 
Robert Thomas Murphy 
Martin Joseph Nauer 
Alan Walter Nelson 
Charles Francis Norman 
Albert Isami Ogata 
Raymond Reed Olson 
John Ralph Papaleo 
George Albert Perrero 
Carlo Amatore Pesce, with Honors 
Richard Thomas Pfluger 
Stanley Herbert Pitkowsky 
Kenneth Carlyle Pittman 
Martin Algirdas Plonus 
Stuart Dion Pompian 
Ronald Ensley Poole 
William Hugh Rebman 
John Crittenton Reis 
Mathew Joseph Remec 
Dennis Keith Rezabek 
Thomas Lovell Richardson, with 

High Honors 
James Earl Ronk 
Donald Joseph Ruder 
James Harrison Sands 
Eiji Sato 

Adolph Jacob Schmuck 
Carl Lewis Schuster II 
Raymond John Shedko 
Richard Robert Shively 
Russell Kiyoto Shoho 
Carl Garvice Shook 
David Earl Smith 
Lyle Lewis Smith 
Paul Herbert Smith 
Robert Maynard Solomon 



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Sanford Stein, with High Honors 
Carl Raymond Steinbach 
David Giles Stuker 
Charles Francis Swisher 
Richard Earl Toepfer, Jr. 
Robert Joseph Tomaszkiewicz 
Leroy Earl Tungett 
Albert Paul Vaitaitis 
Robert Melvin Vaulman 

ZlGMAS V. VlSKANTA 

Robert Harold Walker, with High 
Honors 



John Ingersoll Waters 

John Veen Willems 

Richard Phillip Wishner, with High 

Honors 
Walter William Wood 
Francis Henry Woolridge 
Robert Anthony Woolsey 
John Michael Woythal 
James Ralph Young, with High 

Honors 
Robert Francis Zenisek 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 



John Anderson 

George Thomas Condo, with Honors 

Stephen Dudley Davis 

Ronald Lester Easley 

Harvey Marshall Endler, with 

Honors 
Arthur Harris 
Thomas Stanley Hartwick 
Eugene Michael Henry 
Philip Harvey Kier 
Donald Arthur Lee 
Robert Thomas McCall, with 

Honors 



John Francis Mester, with High 

Honors 
guideon neumark 
Robert Gordon Polk 
Wayne Augustus Rhoades 
Martin Alexander Robertson 
John Henry Roecker 
Robert Foss Seymour 
Ronald Joseph Swallow, with High 

Honors 
Clyde Lovette Sydnor 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 



Myron Jules Bernard 
James Edward Brubaker 
Adolph Colombo 
Irving Eugene Distelhorst 
Harold Blaine Hildenbrand 
David Eugene Jewell 
John Thomas Kirages 
Dennis Walter Kolzow 



Wayne Eugene Leighty 
Johnny Leonard Niebrzydoski 
William Phifer Quinn, Jr. 
Norman Hugh Racine 
Richard Dean Stahr 
Ronald Adolph Steen 
George Samuel Van Schoick 
Walter Dopp Verner 



IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



Melvin Ernest Appino 
Donald Wallace Brooks 
John David Dennis 



Joseph Needham Kinney III 
Joseph Francis Marley 
John Edward Wittman 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



John Frederik Aanes 

David Paul Albert, with Honors 

David Clarke Bailey 

Charles Richard Banter 

Leroy Allen Bender 

Domenick Ronald Biava 

James Bjordahl 

Ronald William Bocksruker, with 

High Honors 
James Upton Bronson, Jr., with 

Honors 
James Lawrence Brooks 
John Antrim Brue, with High 

Honors 
Richard Anthony Calabrese 
Joseph Leonard Cannella 
Chi-Tong Chin 
Orvel William Clausen 
Warren James Conner, with Honors 



Wendel Brooks Crum 
Norman Hubert Davison, Jr. 
Richard Albert Day 
John Despot, Jr. 
George Robert Dilling 
Clifford Harrison Dixon 
Donald Jerome Fessett 
William Joseph Flaherty 
Gene David Fooks 
James Gill Freyder 
Ronald Kurt Fuchs 
Donald Alan Gall, with High 

Honors 
Norman Edward Goelzer, with High 

Honors 
Melvyn Green 
Robert Carl Gutberlet 
Bruce Olin Hallberg 



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Roberto Pollak Hecht, with Honors 

James William Heilenbach 

Frederick Theodore Heimbuch, Jr. 

David Eugene Hill 

David William Hislop 

Raymond James Hunt 

Anton Gunther Jacobs 

Joel Theodore Janis 

Richard Adolph Jirus 

Julius Jodele 

Ronald Carl Kamp 

Larry Allen Kiefling, with Honors 

William Germaine Kilker 

Ronald Joseph Krolak 

Frederick Robert Kurz, with High 

Honors 
Carl Shipley Larson 
Daniel Edgar Larson 
Kenneth Alex Lehner 
Harvey Warren Liberman 
William Henry Loyd 
Thomas Earl Lund 
Donald Joseph Lurito 
John Scott MacKay 
Algirdas Henrikas Marchertas 
Robert Judd Mattox 
Kenneth Henry Mauer 
George Edward McFarland 
James Alan McIntosh 
John William Melvin, with Honors 
Charles Joseph Mitch 
Donald Wayne Moon, with High 

Honors 



Charles Greenwood Moore, Jr. 

Donald Fredrick Mulkins 

Thomas Louis Murphy 

Robert Kenneth Nolen 

John James Nowicki 

Harvey Dennis Ogren 

Lowell Edward Parker 

Arthur Peter Pedersen 

Hans Ray Rebsamen 

Donald Raymond Reichel 

William Arthur Reimer 

John Samuel Resh 

Roger Allan Rice 

Charles Leslie Ririe 

Felipe Samper-Umana 

Ellis August Schmidt 

Daniel Sereika 

Francis Marion Simpson, Jr. 

Gilbert Robert Sommer 

Philip Henry Steward 

James Roger Swanson 

Glenn Robert Sward 

Ronald James Tagliani, with Honors 

William Henry Thompson 

Gerald Douglas Trimble 

Ching Wu Tseng 

Paul Hene Unangst 

Robert Fred Wagner 

Robert Walter White 

Peter August Wittenstrom 

Albert Adam Zagotta 



IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



William Martin Albert 
William Bruce Aufderhaar 
Charles William Bertschi 
Glen Otto Burger, Jr. 
Earl Alfred Carlson II 
Roy William Diesner 
Michael Anthony Gedwill, Jr. 
George Dennis Haley 



Don Henderson Killpatrick 
Kevin Michael Myles 
Leonard George Polek 
Charles Archibald Robertson 
Howard Savage 
John Henry Sayles 
Paul Joseph Stalter 



John William Emison 



IN MINING ENGINEERING 



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THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates presented by Joseph Royall Smiley, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 



IN HOME ECONOMICS 



Barbara Helen Arning 



Patricia Mary Davis, with High 
Honors 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Donald Harry Abernathie, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Leonard O. Abrams 
Mark Wallace Alison 
Alexine Shahan Allen 
Catherine Louise Aplington 
Gail Lee Arfstrom 
Harris Salzman Arnold 
Howard Isaac Aronson, with Highest 

Honors in French 
Neil Gerald Aronson 
Barbara Scott Auby 
Bruce Owen Barkley 
Peter Edwin Beltram 
Myron Allan Berezin 
Frances Virginia Berg 
David Leon Birkner 
Anita Louise Bitkower 
William Edward Black 
Joseph Charles Bojanowski, with 

Honors in History 
Norma Levine Bornarth 
Richard James Boubelik 
Beth Elaine Brahana 
Edward Michael Broecker 
Jeanne Marion Brunkow 
John Joseph Bubon, with Highest 

Honors in History 
Seymour David Byman 
Marjorie Jean Byron 
Suzanne Jane Carlson 
Emanuel Nick Catsoules 
James LeRoy Celarier, with High 

Honors in Philosophy 
Sandra Lea Cole 
John Graham Cook 
Joseph Lee Cooper 
Jane Frances Cornell 
Sheila Mary Anne Courter 
Donna May Cowan 
Jewell Diana Craker 
Coryl Eugene Crandall 
James Edward Crawford, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Dennis Frank Cudia, with Highest 

Honors in Mathematics 
Jack Lee Curle 
James Edward Dammann, with 

Highest Honors in Speech 
Leroy Lendon Dawson, Jr. 



James Kenneth Day 

Roger Lee Deakins, with Honors in 

English 
John Demos 

Kenneth Harold Denberg 
George Eugene Dietrich 
Shyrl Dunham Dry 
Marilyn Alma Dunn 
Adrienne Eames 
Claire Ann Erger 
Theodore Nakis Eugenides 
Barbara Coletta Feit 
Lee Gallup Feldman 
Joan Frances Fettig 
Isabel Heep Francis 
Eileen Ina Frieburg 
Wilma Ethel Frostenson, with 

Highest Honors in History 
Ann Gaskins 
Jennie Willson Gebhart 
Frank Kenneth Gerace, Jr. 
Allen Saul Gerrard, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Robert Henry Gerstein 
Richard Euadore Gillock 
Charles William Gordon 
James Wallace Greenlee, with 

Honors in French 
Elizabeth Driscoll Griffin 
Corwin Lowell Gross 
Robert Alton Hall 
Joseph Harry Hartmann 
James Merrill Henry, with High 

Honors in English 
Shirley Ann Ethel Herbert 
James Elbert Herget, with Highest 

Honors in Philosophy 
Robert Grantham Hickerson 
Melvin LeRoy Higgins 
David Bennett Hill, Jr. 
Phyllis Joyce Hiob 
Henrietta Emma Hoenicke 
Marvin Hoffman 
Charles Frederick Holmes 
Robert Charles Hornstein 
Catherine Cecily Howard 
George Williams Howard III, with 

High Honors in Political Science 



[34] 



Shirley Marie Huber, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Ralph 1 Iknry Jackson 
M akjorie Ann Jacobs 
Ralph Monks Jaenicke 
Ralph William Jeangerard 
Lillian Ivy Jenkins 
Joan Ora Simon Johnston 
Cynthia Ria Jordan 
Rosemary Ann Jordan 
George Anthony Jovan, with Honors 

in Philosophy 
James Howard Kahlert, Jr. 
Evelyn Albina Katelo 
June Mercer Keir 
Ronald Gene Kelder 
Patricia Ann Keleher 
Calvin Howard Kinsley 
Edmond Kosowski 
Thomas Karl Kubitz 
Sonja Annikki Kuoppala 
Sol Kuperman 
Caroline Julia Landis 
Lyle Hicks Lanier, Jr. 
Arthur Joseph LeBlanc 
Marvin William Leiter 
James Whitelaw Lemke 
William James Lennon 
Barbara Ann Lerner, with Honors in 

English 
Robert Sherman Levy 
Sharon Beckmeyer Lewis 
Janice Rose Locher 
Margaret Ann Lynett 
John Jacob Madden 
Howard Irwin Malkin 
Joseph Manelis 
Shirley May Marco 
Charles Addison Marshall, Jr. 
Paul Kiyoshi Matsui 
George Walter Mayeske 
Eleanor Frances Mayne, with High 

Honors in History 
Michael McCray 
Robert Ainsworth McDaniel 
George Graham McKinney 
John Kenneth McLeroth 
Kathleen Ann McMillen 
Shirley Ann McVicar 
Elaine Golda Mehlman 
Hazel Marjorie Mendenhall, with 

Honors in French 
Edward Irwin Miller 
Mildred Anne Miller 
Allen Mitzenmacher, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Elliott Robert Moore 
Sandra Lee Moore 
Sam David Myers 



Charles LaDell Nagel, with Honors 

in Philosophy 
Duck Choo Oh 
Jai Keun Oh 
Ronald Ernest Oswald 
William Ronald Palmer, with 

Flonors in Political Science 
Alfred Carl Partoll 
Algis Paulius 
Elizabeth Jane Perry 
Merle Owen Plagge 
James Charles Plymire 
James Fitzgerald Poag 
Nancy Jane Potter 
William Jennings Powers, with 

Honors in English 
Edward Dennis Prichard 
Joanne Jeanine Puckert 
Dennis Thomas Rainsford 
Ellis Edmund Reid 
Virginia Lee Rexroat 
George Edward Rich 
Gerald Richman 
Paul Edward Ricks 
Ellen Robb 
Klara Rubin 
Dorothy Dee Rumsfeld 
Joan Catherine Rush 
Leonas Sabaliunas, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Beverly Joan Salzman 
Leonard Edwin Sczygiel 
M. Yvonne Seadin 
Frank Albert Sears 
Karyl Dawn Sellmyer, with Honors 

in Music 
Jay Howard Sheffield 
Mary Frances Shive 
Patricia Ann Skelly 
Walter Harmon Slack 
Richard Keith Smith 
Richard Francis Somer 
Kathryn Liane Sprague 
Thomas Creager Stifler III 
Andrew John Stika, Jr. 
Yasuko Hirabayashi Stucki 
sondra hlrsch sward 
Vida Ona Tautvydas, with High 

Honors in English 
Elizabeth Louise Thomas 
Shirley Jean Thomas 
John Richard Thompson 
Nancy Elizabeth Thorp 
Norman Ralph Thorpe 
Judith Joanne Toler, with High 

Honors in English 
Guy Thomas Trail, with Highest 

Honors in History 



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Lucia Joan Tweedie, with High 
Honors in Medieval Civilization 

Paul Hene Unangst 

Herman Peter Velasco, Jr. 

Ausrele Mary Venclova 

Henrietta Mary Virkau 

Gustav Carl Voigt, with Honors in 
Chemistry 

Jack Waaler, with Highest Honors in 
Political Science 

Leonard Dahlson Walberg 

Winifred Marie Wallace 

Donald Lee Watson 

Fay Inez Wayne 

Carl Edward Webber 

Jean Gertrude Wehner 



Stuart Burton Weiner 
Russell Arthur Welker, with 

Highest Honors in Mathematics 
Robert Griffith Welton 
John Carey Westall 
Herbert Edmund White 
Phyllis Jean Whitehead 
Arthur Russell Williams 
Richard Thomas Williams 
Theartrice Williams 
John Elliot Wills, Jr., with Honors 

in Philosophy 
Leon Albin Wittack 
James Frederick Woell 
Kiyo Yoshimura 
Arthur Harold Zimmerman 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 



Myra Anne Bloxom, with Highest 

Honors 
Loretta Ann Brouk 
Carole Ann Cockerill 
Harriett Eileen Dawson 
susanne ewing 
Mary Josephine Giarrusso 
Helen Frances Lusk, with Honors 
Rosemary Virginia Malek 
Helen Marie McNabb 
Barbara Ann Morris 
Diane Lucille Pierre 
Marcia Jane Pritchett 
Mary Purcell 



Barbara Kay Ransdell 

Sondra Lee Rosin 

Martha Sanford 

Marilyn Lavonne Scherer 

Marilyn Sue Scheuer 

Gwen Sara Suckman, with Honors 

Joan Wanda Sukowicz 

Joan Heberlein Tozer 

Margery Dobson Warfield, with 

Highest Honors 
Anna Mae Williams 
Alberta Agnes Wolff 
Frances Lucille Woodrum, with 

Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 

Susan Ann Zakoian 

IN THE TEACHING OF GERMAN 
Warren Conrad Born, with Highest Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 



Katherine Nora Mary Anselmo 

Richard Allan Barnett 

Robert Louis Brubaker, with Highest 

Honors 
Lillie Elizabeth Canterbury, with 

High Honors 
Groomer Bert Davis 
John Bradley Davis 
Cornelia Turner Fechtner, with 

Honors 

DORALIE FLUTCHER 

Brice Huddleston, with Highest 
Honors 



Lucille Marie Jaegfeld, with Honors 

Walter H. John, Jr. 

Joan Lorraine Lundstrom, with High 

Honors 
Betty Elaine Nicholson, with High 

Honors 
Phyllis Anderson Nordlof 
John Thomas Ohlendorf, with 

Highest Honors 
Corinne Sara Travis 
Peter Wolf 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 



Phyllis Anna Janus 
Diane Sue Maltas 



Mary Louise Marshall 

Dalile Janine Theresa Valancius 



IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 



Sarah Jane Allen 

Shirley Ann Bradshaw, with Honors 

Leonard Charles Cox 

Norma Jean Hertzmann, with Honors 



Patricia Ann Jensen, with Honors 
Ronald George Jerit 
Sally Ann Walker, with High 
Honors 



[36] 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Donald Keith Anderson, with 

Highest Honors 
Duane William Faletti, with High 

Honors 
Mary Fung 
Terry Dale Funkhouser, with 

Highest Honors 
Robert Walter Grendel 
John Terrell Henry, with Honors 
James Romeo Hollis 
Donald Claudius Reginald Hue, with 

Highest Honors 
Howard Spencer Ingber 



David Richard Kearns, with High 

Honors 
Harold Charles Primus 
Franklin Eugene Schrage 
Robert David Shinn, with Highest 

Honors 
Donald Wayne Simroth, with Honors 
Austin Truex Swartz, with Honors 
Karl Holman Whisenand, with 

Honors 
William Nelson Zartman, with 

Highest Honors 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Donald Roy Axelson 

Ralph Lee Bain 

Ruby Kung-Yu Chen, with High 

Honors 
Lloyd Jay Dolby, with High Honors 
Harlan Theodore Fallstad 
Glen Everett Gordon, with Highest 

Honors 
Bertel Walfred Henrikson, with 

Honors 
James Stanley Kaltenbronn, with 

Highest Honors 
Robert Koncos, with Honors 



June Anna Kurz 
Joseph Matthew Lenart 
Dalia V. Miecevicius 
Sung Moon, with Highest Honors 
Lawrence Philip Morgenthaler 
Ki Chang Oh 

Thomas John Olson, with Honors 
John George Schmidt 
Kenneth Sidney Tenny 
Arthur Louis Travaglini 
Howard Arnold Whaley, with 
Honors 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Richard Allen Albach 

Frank John Alexander 

Jean Carol Redondo Ayson 

Charles Edward Barnett 

Bernard Blaauw, Jr., with Honors in 

Zoology 
Richard Henry Borneman 
Jean Alyce Bowles 
David Mitchell Brown 
Jim Byars Carroll 
Philip Earl Chappel 
Kent Ronald Christensen, with 

Honors in Psychology 
Herbert Hersh Cibul 
Paul Vincent Ciotola 
Daniel Edward Conrad 
Jon Roderick Culbertson 
Marion Elinor Daus, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Louis Scott Davis, with Highest 

Honors in Psychology 
Warren Doane 
Eugene Henry Drucker 
Carolyn Marie Dunham 
Norman Joel Dunn 



John Ellison Dymond 

Robert Echt 

John Kurel Farnsworth 

Ted Harry Foss 

Stanton Lee Freidberg 

Wilbur Lile French 

David Frederic Fretzin, with 

Honors in Zoology 
Carol Hofmann Freyder 
William Charles Fritsch 
Russell William Fulton 
Franklin Howard Groff 
Willard Gardner Hadlock 
William Herbert Hartmann 
Donald Harry Harwig 
Robert Nordmann Haven 
John Charles Havlik 
Bruce Allan Hawkins 
Eva Ruth Hildesheimer 
Naomi Ishino 
Clarence Koji Kambara 
Gerald L. Kandel 
Michael George Karagianis 
Louis Gerald Keith, with Honors in 

Zoology 



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Arek Khachaturian 

Vaclovas Donatas Kleiza 

Donald Anthony Krzyzak 

Samuel Albert Kunin 

Donald John Kurr 

William Joseph Lang 

Paul Allan Leppert 

Seymour Ronald Levin 

Maxine Libanoff 

Lois Rae Limberg 

Robert Loyal Lindgren 

John Eric Lindskold 

Hubert Joseph Ludwig 

Donald Victor Maier 

Joan Louise Martin 

Donald Leo Maurer 

James Terry AIcCollum 

Walter Raleigh McFarland 

James Ruan McLaughlin 

Roland Louis Meyer, Jr. 

Robert Donald Michaels 

Mary Lynn Miller 

Roscoe Elsworth Mitchell, Jr. 

William Donald Moll 

Philip Sayre Nathan, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
James John Nauert 
Jeanne Helene Nelson 
Clark Edward Niss 
Thomas William O'Laughlin, Jr. 
Renate Margaret Oppenlander 
Carolyn Frances Park 
Don Richard Pennington 
Meline Pilibosian, with Highest 

Honors in Psychology 
George Andrew Placzek, Jr. 
Ruth Louise Post 
Richard Joseph Powers 
Sylvia Theresa Powers 
Victor Rabinowitch 
Richard Louis Radt 
Harold Lewis Reckrey 
Dale Owen Reese 
Elizabeth Anne Rich, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Shelley Goodman Rio 
Curtis Walter Robinson, Jr. 



Paul Harold Rosenfield, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
Leslie Jordan Sandlow 
A. William Schafer 
Lachhman Setaram 
Irma Jean Shainberg, with High 

Honors in Botany 
Howard Steven Shapiro 
Richard Shermer 
Rudolf Bernhardt Siegert, Jr. 
Michael Harris Sigband 
Carol Lee Sims, with Highest Honors 

in Chemistry 
Charles William Sisk 
Robert Paul Stevens 
Mary Ann Stick 
Stephen Worth Sturkie 
Mordecai John Sugarman 
Harold Louis Suhr 
Audrey Roberta Talpa 
Jack Thomas Tapp 
Stephen Thomas Tisza 
Toussaint Grandy Toole 
Gordon Dean Upchurch 
johnie battista vercellino 
Audrey May Vetter, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Robert Martin Vogt 
Richard Lee Wagner 
Wesley Yorke Walters 
Ruth Fleischmann Weiner 
Isaac Weiszer 
Roberta Joan Weitzman, with 

Highest Honors in Psychology 
Robert Herman Wiesenborn 
Douglas Earl Wolfe 
Charles Harry Wolff 
John Albert Wood 
David Allen Woodruff 
Madelyn Mary Wyss 
Richard Allen Yund, with High 

Honors in Geology 
Donald Alexander Zahler 
Judith Emily Zink, with High Honors 

in Psychology 
Alan Stanley Zuckerman 
Don Charles Zugschwerdt 



IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Gwendolyn Eva Cantrell Florene Dee Pell 

Donna Joanne Dice Frances Jeanne Shaw 

Patricia Miller Hines, with Honors John Bernard Weaver 
Carole Jean Kullen 



IN THE TEACHING OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 



Joyce Elaine Allen 
Marion Sylvester Baran 
Richard James Bonham 
Lucille Dorisann Field 



Irene Louise Rasmussen, with 

Highest Honors 
Janice Black Runyon, with Honors 



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Ablen James Hagen 



IN THE TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY 



IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 



Patricia Noeth Gonvva Hildegarde Margarete Liebscher, 

Beatrice Joan Katsulos, with Honors with High Honors 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 

Candidates presented by Albert James Harno, B.S., LL.B., Litt.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Law 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Harold Albert Baker, A.B., 1951 
Donald Walter Bornholdt, B.S., 1954 
Robert McKinstry Culbertson, Jr., 

with Honors 
David De Doncker, A.B., St. Ambrose 

College, 1953 
Robert Louis Droste, A.B., 1953 
James Samuel Eustice, B.S., 1954; 

with Honors 
John Cottrill Feirich 
Robert William Finfrock, B.S., 1952 
Robert Gillis Gammage, A.B., Knox 

College, 1947; A.M., Northwestern 

University, 1953 
Robert Stanley Gleason, A.B., 

Quincy College, 1953 
Kenneth Jay Glick, B.S., 1954 
Robert David Goldstine, A.B., Okla- 
homa Agricultural and Mechanical 

College, 1953 
Dale Herbert Hoscheit, B.S., 1951 
Mark Barksdale Hunt, Jr., A.B., 

Illinois College, 1953 
Donald Stuart Jaff% B.S., 1953 
Norman Joseph Latker, B.S., 1953 
Elias Levin, A.B., 1954 
Ralph Edward Lowe, A.B., DePauw 

University, 1953 



John Robert Luedtke, B.S., 1954 
Thomas William Mapp, A.B., Univer- 
sity of Rochester, 1950 
Richard Keith Minor, A.B., 1952 
Richard Neil Molchan, A.B., 

St. Ambrose College, 1953 
James Douglas Montgomery, A.B., 

1953 
Ronald Charles Mottaz, A.B., 

DePauw University, 1953 
Alexander John Nester, A.B., 

University of Notre Dame, 1953 
Edward Toshinobu Okubo, A.B., 1952 
Jerome Burns Peterson, B.S., Purdue 

University, 1950 
Orest Jaromir Popel, A.B., 1951 
Herold Louis Rifken, B.S., 1950 
Robert Walter Rossmiller, B.S., 

1953 
Warren Arthur Sappington, B.S., 

Millikin University, 1955 
Raymond Edward Sarik, B.S., 1955 
Russell La Verne Sohn, B.S., 1954 
Richard Earl Summers 
Roger Barton Tompkins, B.S., 1954 
Burton Barry Vlay, B.S., 1953 
John Watson Wardell, A.B., 1950 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAW 

Gaze Elmer Lukas, B.S., M.S., 1930, 1933; with Honors 



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THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Candidates presented by B. L. Dodds, Ed.D. 
Dean of the College of Education 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 



Elizabeth Armin 

Margaret Jean Arnold 

Joyce Marie Benning 

Sara Lee Bergman 

Charmian Elizabeth Clem 

Josephine Marie Faso 

Mae Duginger Finlayson 

Arthur Harold Harms 

Alfred Roland Hecht, with Honors 

Carol Frances Helmig 

James Rogers Hill, with High 

Honors 
Donald Victor Johnson, Jr. 



Virginia Wright Keagle 
James Howard Kuebler 
Shirley Ann Lewis 
Ann Ridinger Mason 
William David McKillip 
Edward Wesley Moore 
Jacqueline Augusta Murray 
Arlene H. Oedzes, with Honors 
Harriett Wyatt Sailor 
Esther Marie Sandstedt 
Marion Dora Schultz 
Constance Randles Wilhelm 
Pauline Mevis Zoch 



IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 
Elizabeth Hay Barbara Ann Mueller 



Barbara Ann Litman 



IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 



IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Donna Gay Amos 

Mary Kathryn Amsteen 

Barbara Caryl Arnold 

Zina Lorraine Berman, with Honors 

Marilyn Ann Bernstein 

Barbara Ann Bieszczat 

Alice Stewart Bostrom 

Alice Ann Bower 

Judith Diane Bremer, with Honors 

Betty Ann Briney, with High 

Honors 
Lynn Grace Bryant 
Diane Darlene Calder, with Honors 
Marolyn Lorraine Camden 
Ruth Paisley Carr 
Barbara Fae Cochran, with Honors 
Barbara Jean Connor 
Nancy Cosler, with High Honors 
Carol Jean Dunnivant 
Margaret Frances Dye 
Jane Ellen Eaton, with Highest 

Honors 
Arlene Frances Elliott, with Honors 
Phyllis Ann Evans 
Patricia Jean Ewald, with Honors 
Eileen Sharon Fish 
Suzanne Grace Fisher 
Ilene Sandra Friedman 



Joyce Singer Glantz 

Carol Dolores Goldstein, with High 

Honors 
Donald James Goodman 
Joan Frazier Greene 
Betty Huddleson Grimes 
Merle Carol Grollemond 
Nancy Joan Grundei 
Peggy Jean Handley 
Kathleen Ann Hanna 
Miriam Redpath Harter 
Ann Kaye Harvey 
Joanne Rowley Harvey 
Balfura Henkin 
Betty Jane Herschelman 
Mary Katherine Hetzel 
Virginia Lee Hollowell 
Phyllis Irene Isaacson, with High 

Honors 
Sandra Diane Johnson 
Joan Cathleen Johnston 
Janet Sue Jones, with Honors 
Jo Anne Kamradt 
Sylvia Frances Kareken 
Ann Margaret Keith, with High 

Honors 
Marianne Schrader Kellerhals 
George Alfred Kimber 



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Mary Frances Lavin 
Xorma Cecelia Linkow 
Anne Shockley Lockridge 
Eleanor Jean Machin 
Irene Laura Matthews, with Honors 
Helen Bonnie Fredrique McFarland 
Barbara Ben McNeill 
Beverly Jane Menz 
Ann Meyer 
Georgia Miller 
Xancy Ann Mongerson 
Barbara Frances Moore 
Ella Albert Morrison- 
Christine Muse 
Mary Ellen O'Connor 
Carol Mae Oliver 
Howard David Olsen 
Carole Sue Patrick, with Honors 
Ruth Ellen Perls 
Marilyn Jane Reinhart, with 

Honors 
Helen Fagaly Reynolds 
Norma Jean Richardson 
Mary Louise St. Clair 
Eileen Fa ye Sampson- 
Mary Sanford, with Highest Honors 



Elene Schiermer 

Martha Jean Schueler 

Peggy Jean Scott, with Honors 

Thomas Agrippa Scott 

Irene Seligman 

JoAnn Shuman 

Zoe Skalafuris 

Frances Willhoite Slagel 

Carla Suzanne Smith 

Carol Elaine Spoonhour 

Mary Jane Stark 

Constance Lorraine Sucherman 

Charna Ruth Sugerman 

Alice Irene Van Dyke 

Margaret Vest 

Mary Louise Werner, with High 

Honors 
Phyllis Ann Williams, with High 

Honors 
Eleanor Louise Willstead 
Sara Lynn Wilson- 
Ann Winters 
Dorothy Mary Wolf 
Rosalie Ruth Wolf 
Ruth A. Wulff 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



Richard William Burritt 
George Edward Hast 
Guy Raymond Jones 



Robert Morris Renfer 
Herbert Earl Rodgers 



[41] 



THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Candidates presented by Paul Martin Green, Ph.D., LL.D. 
Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Ronald Haines Bates 
Thomas Walter Birdzell 
Robert John Birkhaug 
Robert Lee Blakeman 
Harry Alfred Brandt 
Gerald Allen Brown 
Joseph Weir Brown 
James Leonard Byer 
Donald Bruce Campbell, with 

Honors 
Thomas English Chilcott 
Virginia Pearl Churchill, with 

High Honors 
Paul Wesley Clevenger, with Honors 
Peter John Coppa 
Russell Thomas Cramer 
Richard Alexander Curylo 
Lyle Marion Dahlenburg II 
John William Daniels 
Marvin Lester Dennen 
Charles Francis Dillon 
John Robert Donahue 
Sheldon Israel Dorenfest 
David Allen Dunniway 
Edwin Hans Eberhardt 
Gerald Tad Eisenstein 
James Richard Fallen 
Forest Tice Fenton, Jr. 
Frederick Henry Figge, Jr., with 

Honors 
Gerald Alan Fishman 
Thaddeus Francis Flis 
Robert Raymond Ford, with Honors 
Robert Charles Freres 
Lawrence Gerald Fretzin 
Marvin Walter Friman 
Wesley James Froehlich 
Gerald Herbert Galler 
Vida Julia Gaskaite 
Leonard Vern Gillam, with Honors 
Harry Max Goern 
Edwin Walter Goldenberg 
Larry S. Graff 
Philip Harold Graff 
John Palmer Greene 
Marshall Lester Hammersley, with 

Honors 
Harold Harrigian, with Honors 
Craig Crowl Hart 
James Clyde Hase 



Richard Dominic Helfrich 

Gerhard Roland Hildenbrand 

Donald Robert Houk, with Honors 

Allan Jerome Jacobs 

Stuart Morton Jaffe 

George William James 

Edward Daniel Kafka 

Robert Frank Kastelic 

William Bruce Knapp 

John Edwin Knobel 

Richard Louis Kohl 

Vincent Patrick Koth 

Arnold Irwin Kramer 

Patricia Davis Kreiss 

Richard James Lannon, with Honors 

Sidney Alvin Leavitt 

Robert Earl Lee 

Roger Earl Leff 

Sidney Jacob Lemer 

Gerald Earl Libman 

Edward Anthony Mallaney 

Raymond Walter Martin 

Robert Matanky 

Jerome Joseph McCarthy 

William Herbert McNier 

John Lee Melvin 

John Francis Milano 

Russell Eugene Neathammer 

Billy Gale Newman, with Honors 

Jack Sheldon Nitzkin 

J. Rufus Oldham 

John Francis O'Sullivan, with 

Honors 
Donald Jerome Page 
Anthony Richard Pasquinelli 
James Loren Pence 
Stanley Meyer Peskind 
Ernest Victor Peterson, Jr. 
Robert A. Reitsch 
Thomas Alvin Roerig 
Davis Arthur Roeske 
William Edward Rohr, with Honors 
vlvienne lucile rose 
Sheldon Harold Rosenberg 
Sheldon Bernard Rubin 
Curt Seligman, with Honors 
Allen David Sered 
Duane Allan Slagel 
David William Sovereign 
Eric Laurentius Stattin, Jr. 



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Frank Conrad Stern ard 
Jack Charles Susmilch 
Ralph Joseph Swett 
Henry Terada 
Ronald Gregory Thomas 
Russell Dean Thorell 
Warren Otto Tolliver 
John Peter Vacketta 
Cynthia Jane Wallace 



Donald Dorsey Walters 
Thomas Wanda 
Daniel David Leonard Wax 
John Franklin Whitman 
Samuel Joseph Winett 
Marianna Wood, with Honors 
Paul Turgeon Yahner 
Richard Edward Yavitt 
Marvin Merle Young 



IN ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCE 
Raymond Wesley Pitchford Fred Mason Robison 

IN ACCOUNTANCY AND MANAGEMENT 

Richard George Staebler, Jr., with 
Honors in Accountancy 



IN ACCOUNTANCY AND MARKETING 



Leslie Raymond Dolejs 

Charles Richard Abbott 
Arthur Leonard Berman 
Glenn Myers Blair, Jr. 
Bruce Stanley Chelberg 
Vance Levoy Fraley 



IN COMMERCE AND LAW 



Ronald F. Grossman 

John Robert Shroyer 

Alan Gordon Sumberg 

Edgar Hugh Twine, with Honors 



IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 



Norma Brandon Anderson- 
Carol Jean Carmean 
Dorine Louise Chancellor 



Janet Louise Gunn 
Virginia Carolyn James 
Nancy Arlene Taylor 



IN ECONOMICS 



James Richard Burdett 
John William Chatfield 
Joseph Clay Grott 
Donald Roy Howard 
Jon Wallace Hunt 
Robert Daniel Jacobson 
Charles William Janosik 
Frank Anthony Laraia 
Gerald Burk Markland 
Robert Bruce Most 
James Arthur Murphy 



Herbert Christian Pettersen, Jr. 
Richard Patrick Pisoni 
David England Primm 
Alberto Ruiz-Velez 
Alex Francis Sekeres 
Dolores Lou Strode, with Honors 
William Lloyd Trunck 
Wayne George Weber 
Bernard Weiner 

David Bertell Wilcox, with High 
Honors 



Peggy Jean Bates, with Honors in 
Economics 



IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 

Robert Charles Weiss 



IN FINANCE 

with Ronald Burton Kaplan- 
Louis Hayward Keller 
Edward Stephen Luczak 
John O'Doxnell Mason 
Robert Phillip Rasiikovv 



Richard Edward Bleciischmidt, 

High Honors 
Allen George Borrixg 
Charles Arthur Corn 
Robert Erick Johnson 
Bernard Louis Kager 

IN FINANCE AND MANAGEMENT 
Robert John Perlick 

IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 

John Raymond Albrecht Kenneth Stanley Morrison 

Allen Ryman Bradley Roger Lee Roth 

John Martin Bryden, Jr. Michael Steven Uram, Jr. 
Louis George Galen 



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IN MANAGEMENT 



Leslie Joseph Ades 
Charles Stewart Anderson, Jr. 
Bernardo Ayala-Ramirez 
William Donald Baldauf 
Alvin Philip Bernstein 
Edward John Bingley 
Thomas Taylor Black, Jr. 
Allan Bennett Bluestone 
Charles Joseph Bonnis 
James Arthur Borre 
William Charles Brown 
Morris Donald Corson 
Richard Goehe Couch 
Richard Talbott Davies 
John Albert Davis 
Roger Emmett Duffy 
Richard Louis Earlix 
Dolores Jean Engelking 
William Eugene Ferro 
Arthur Edward Gabler 
Kenneth Roland Gronert 
Lorraine Busse Harding 
James Durward Haskell 
Louis John Hodek 
Sherwood George Huneryager 
Robert Eugene Jackson 
Theodore Scott Janssen 



Emanuel Morris Katten 

Loren Bert Leach 

Paul Charles Lebloch 

Richard William Lindenmeyer 

Glenna Jeanne Lupton 

Robert Irving Mandel 

Richard Edward Markuson 

Frank Anthony Markvart 

Edward Martin 

John Joseph Mecozzi 

Kenneth Edward Mitchell 

Gerald William Nolan 

Patrick Andrew Petty 

Ronald Gene Rigoni 

Thomas Dale Robertson, with High 

Honors 
Donald Blake Schneider 
Marvin David Segal 
Richard Mervin Shelby 
Donald Edward Snyder 
John Thomas Spran 
Albert Werner Spranger 
Romana Jura Vebra 
Robert Melvin Wasserman 
Donald Warren Zagars 
John Williamson Zeigler, Jr. 



IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING 



Frederick Joseph Gress 
Donald LeRoy Peterson 



Eugene Joseph Segin 
Donald Eugene Treash 



IN MANAGEMENT AND URBAN LAND ECONOMICS 



Jerome Bohumil Benisek 



IN MARKETING 



Wayne Howard Adams 
Robert Dean Alford 
William Lee Allen 
Mariano Vincent Amodeo 
Robert Womack Anderson 
Joseph Andronowitz 
Marvin Stewart Angus 
Joyce Marie Ballard 
Ronald Maxwell Bennett 
Bridget Lakstuone Betkauskas 
Daniel Otto Birkle 
Ray John Bockman 
Donald Earl Bostrom 
William Corliss Bryant, Jr. 
Kenneth Ray Campbell 
Richard Lewis Clarke 
Allen Stuart Cohen 
Loy Stephen Covey 
James Louis Dandurand 
William Manly Darlington 
Bruce Shale DeMar 
Donald Lawrence De Paul 
Patrick Eugene Doherty 
Frank Robert Donato 



Wendell Reuben Doolittle III 

George Reed Eberle 

Ronald Alfred Faster 

John James Fedel 

George Shizuo Fukuda 

Beverly Mae Galvin 

Richard Herbert Gans 

Samuel Mabry Gillespie 

James Moreland Good wine 

Sidney Smith Gorham III 

Lawrence Joseph Gorney 

William Pierson Graham 

Donald Harry Granbois, with Honors 

Thomas Allan Guthrie 

Wendell Wayne Hahn 

Darrel Frank Harter 

John Edward Heniff 

Donald Heaton Himes 

everth henning johanson 

Joel Arthur Kaminsky 

Leonard Kaplan 

Joseph Michael Keating 

Bernard Francis Kirbach 

George James Kliros 



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Elmer Francis Link, Jr. 
Clarence Wayne Losch 
Randolph Grosvenor Lundeen 
Richard Allen Malmquist 
Marvin Miller 
William Ximrod Miner 
Rodger Malcolm Mitchell 
Leslie Merwyn Morris 
Mary Mrjenovtch 
Clyde Jack Murray 
Stuart Musick 
Helmer Jonas Nelson 
Frank Arthur Newton- 
Raymond Angus Olsen, Jr. 
John Preston Over shiner 
John Edward Owens 
Richard John Pawlak 
Lawrence Earl Pennington 
Max Kenneth Penwell 
James Ross Petty 
Patrick John Phillips 
Gene Frank Pizzato 
Eddie Arnold Randell 
Wayne Herman Reynolds 
Charles Howard Rogers 
Ross David Rolander, with Honors 



Robert Clarence Roush 

Danguole Sabaliauskaite 

Donald William Schaumberger 

Edward Frank Schulte, Jr. 

Robert Eugene Seed 

Russell Dennis Serzen 

Richard Dwight Sharer 

William Harry Sholem 

Gerald Rayburn Smith 

Jane Alexander Solomon, with High 

Honors 
William August Stack 
Sorrell Robert Stein 
Robert Jay Steiner 
Esther Ann Storer 
Virginia Joy Thompson, with Honors 
Richard Hugh Trask, Jr. 
Edward Eugene Tucker 
Jerome Adris Van Ormer 
Raymond Westlake Walters, Jr. 
William Thomas Warner 
Jerald Oren Wells 
Robert Eli White 
Jerome Joel Zelden 
Thomas William Zimmer 



IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 



Diane Lee Amundsen 
Marilyn Myrtle Douglas 
Nancy Kay Hoover 



Mary Ann Larson 

Mary Ann Uffelman, with Honors 

Anita Joyce West 



Burton Robert Berman 
Leonard Dean Bettinger, with 
Honors 



IN URBAN LAND ECONOMICS 

Charles Arnold Glick 
Jerald Much 



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THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 



Candidates presented by Fredrick Seaton Siebert, A.B., J.D. 
Director of the School of Journalism and Communications 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 



Charles Ernest Albright, Jr. 

Earl Theodore Anderson 

Gary Jack Anderson 

Carol Joyce Andrews, with Honors 

Raymond Eugene Andrews 

Robert Charles Arterburn 

Leslie Winnefred Ator 

Bruce Edward Barnett 

Mary Jean Barrie 

Roy Samuel Bender 

Barbara Alayne Bluege 

Alexander William Booras, with 

Honors 
Thomas Norton Brennan 
Eugene Elliot Brott 
Mary Catherine Campbell, with High 

Honors 
John Anthony Cleary, with Honors 
Lois Starr Doxey 
Betty Anne Doyle 
John Vincent Egan, Jr. 
Eleanor Ford 
Shirley Ann Gaghen 
Harold Kenneth Gignac 
Marilyn Letitia Gillison, with 

Honors 
Jacob Stern Grossman 
Richard Casper Gustafson 
Ralph Gibson Hough 
Mary Ida Jackson 
James Francis Johnson 
William John Jones 
Martha Rosebraugh Kappmeyer, with 

High Honors 
Maurine Frankel Katz 
Warren Wayne Kellogg 
Janice Darlene Mary Kisten 
Sara Laird Knodell 
Robert Henry Kular, with Honors 
Robert John Lahendro 
James Wilmot Lahey 
Donald Lee Lanier 
Richard Wilson Lee 
Ira Harold Lurvey 
Robert Frann Madison, with High 

Honors 



Patrick Daniel Malone 

David Allan Manthey 

Arthur Maresz 

Madonna Lou Miller 

Gloria Jean Marie Muczynski 

Barbara Jacqueline Murphy 

Arthur Charles Nauman 

Bruce Woodward Nelan, with Honors 

Barbara Helen Nelson 

David John Nightingale 

Kenneth Elmer Nordlof 

Charles Richard Novitz 

James Joseph Nyka 

David John O'Donnell 

Owen William O'Neill 

Richard Earl Pearson, with Honors 

Judith Anne Peterson 

Jack Duane Pettis 

James Merle Rick 

Jerry Brian Robinson, with Honors 

Kenneth Martin Sale 

Carol Joan Schaefer 

John Richard Schmitz 

James Philip Sheridan 

Joseph Mordye Siegman 

Earl Alan Silverman 

Judith Mary Simon 

David Herman Smith 

James Edward Smith 

William Harold Smitley 

Alvin David Sokolow 

Harold Stainer 

Forrest William Stamper 

James Zolton Straus 

Dorothy June Sutz 

Richard Bender Tippett 

Joan Ellen Truckenbrod 

Harold Dean Walden 

Gustave Albert Weber, Jr. 

Patricia Ann Whealon 

Marjorie Andrea Wiegand, with 

High Honors 
Glenn Edward Wolf 
Lolita Ardell Woodard 
Edward Martin Yalowitz 
Arunas Zailskas, with Honors 



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THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

Candidates presented by Allen Stuart Weller, Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 



Paul Theodore Anderson, with 

Honors 
Lynn Andrew Arbeex 
Thomas Bernard Battles, with 

Honors 
Carl Henry Beil 

Daniel Kilbert Bleck, with Honors 
Charles Melvin Blye 
Charles Morton Boldon, with Honors 
Alan Keith Bourkland 
William Joseph Bkowx 
George Bruce Buckley 
Carl Ludwig Buerklund 
Raymond James Bulixski 
Apostolos Cavadias 
David Tit Sheung Chun 
Philip Roger Cohen 
Larry Lee Cross 
William LeRoy Dankert 
Donald Victor Detloff 
Richard Powell Donohoe, with 

Honors 
Donald Eugene Ferry 
Richard Thomas Hansen 
John Drews Henderson 
Gilbert William Hensey 
Jack Phillip Hill 



Richard Mathew Kammerer 
William Arthur Knack 
Robert Koch 
Justin Philip Lamb 
Earl Richard Lindgren 
Arthur Lundh, with Honors 
George Eldridge Magee, with High 

Honors 
Richard Fadler Magee 
Charles Leroy Page 
David Waldon Pickard, Jr. 
Anton Pinter, Jr. 
John Charles Reichwein 
Stanley Judson Routh, with Highest 

Honors 
Arthur Martin Sestak 
Paul Willis Stevens, with Honors 
William Ward Stewart 
Ronald Millard Strandjord 
Gerald Robert Strehlow 
John Reed Suedel 
John Edward Tobin 
John Francesco Urbinati 
Vytautas Vepstas 
Baron Victor Clemencon 

Whateley II, with High Honors 
John Sandy Young 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 



Verne Roger Bowman 

Ilse Haupt 

Willy Bjorn Holm, Jr. 

Robert Shaffer Kerr 

Charles Arthur Knotek 

Marjorie Heloise Knudstad, with 

Honors 
Jean Claire Kruger 



Harry Richard Kunesh, with Honors 
Daniel Joseph Lirot 
Charlotte King McDonald 
Glexwood Roy Perkins 
Bruce Allen Peterson 
Phyllis Gordon Ruttenberg 
Eileen Margaret Stanock 



IN ART EDUCATION 

Judith Paulette Ansick, with Honors 

Dorothy Borison 

Barbara Lea Brandt 

Patricia Ann Edwards, with Honors 

Patricia Ann Folton 

Xaxcy Lou Gratigxy, with Honors 

Joan Berkey Holm, with High Honors 

Patricia Helen Kane, with Honors 



Marla Kelly, with Highest Honors 
Sandra Jo Maurer 

LORETTA YUKXIS MUEXOW 

Reba Ferx Riggin, with Honors 
Laura Phelps Thompson 
Lawrence Francis Trausch 
John Louis Wild 



John Herbert Auby 
Donald Eugene Leman 



IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

James Stanley Neal 
Norwood Deneen Oliver 



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Meyric Kirk Rogers, with Honors 
Nathaniel Davis Shepard 
Norman Alfred Steinkamp 
James Edward Swanson 



Judith Ann Tarr 
Eugene Edwin Wasmer 
Robert Lynn Wilson 



IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

Ira Marvin Berke Richard Marrs Selleg, with High 
Ted Marcus Damron, with Honors Honors 

Russell John Kruchten David Pricer Spencer, with High 
Frank Kenneth Ruder Honors 



IN PAINTING 



Anne Holly Bartlett 

Dolores June Brence, with Highest 

Honors 
Barbara Ann Calvert 
Emily Brown Clemons, with High 

Honors 



Gerald Gordon Purdy, with Honors 
Richard Sumner Rosenfeld 
Patricia Ann Schumacher 
Walter Joseph Wojtyla 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Joyce Adler, with Honors 
Jerome Bellamy Brillhart 
Donald Gene Henrickson 
Daniel Frederick Jahn 
Harold Scott Johnson 



Albert Eugene Payson, with Honors 
Dolores Ann Uebele, with Honors 
Doris Jacquelyn Vogt, with Highest 

Honors 

John' Walter Wehlan 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Edward Louis Balluff 
Donald Eugene Loveless 



Stanley Robert Thier, with High 
Honors 



Albert Louis Arrivi 
Joseph Franklin Coble, Jr. 



IN ARCHITECTURE 

Robert Harry Jessen 

IN CITY PLANNING 

Thompson Alfred Dyke 



Julius Nelson Ash, with Honors 
Allen Jay Dresdner 

IN LANDSCAPE OPERATION 



Thomas John Flynn 



Clarence Robert Lawrence 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Linda Lee Allen 
Nadean Louise Braner 
Edith Louise Brockman 
Howard Neil Carson 
Nancy Broaddus Carson, with 

Highest Honors 
Richard Lee Cowart 
James Otto Ferguson 
Paul David Finney 
Carolyn Jean Foy 
Elsie Lorraine Krumpe 
Joan Lucile Lamberty 
Rose Marie Maier, with Highest 

Honors 



Carol Louise Marling 

juanita follmer mykkanen 

Joan Colleen Patton, with Highest 

Honors 
Joyce Ann Putnam 
Roberta Weingart Rezits 
Erwin William Schawacker, Jr., 

with Highest Honors 
Emerson Arthur Shultz, Jr. 
Gaylord Dean Spotts, with Honors 
Robert Lee Staker, with Honors 
Julie Ann Wells, with Honors 
John Henry Wirtz, with Honors 



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THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Candidates presented by Harold Eugene Kenney, Ed.D. 
Acting Director of the School of Physical Education 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN HEALTH EDUCATION 



Larry Lawrence Kauffman 



Henry William Miller, Jr. 



IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Abrahams, with 



Geulah Balfouria 

Honors 
Robert Duane Alexander 
Anne Helen Bages, with Honors 
Richard LeVerne Barham 
Barbara Joan Baxter,- with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Edward Bortz 
Bruce Myron Brothers 
Harry Lee Childress 
Jane Ellen Davis 
Jack Everett Ewing 
Frederick Richard Fahey 
Virginia Lorraine Fortney " 
Robert Eugene Graeff 
Iaci Lou Grear 
Evelyn Dorothy Gutzeit 
Jack Orin Gwin 
Glenn Everett Harcus 
Ronald Keith Hewitt 
Marion Edna Huebner • 
Elizabeth Kay Jenner 
Paul Bruce Judson 
Phil Byron Judson 
Leon Kamajian 
Betty Ann Kanaby 
Sidney Erwin Kaz 
Robert Richard Kent 
Betty Lou Kessler ^ 
Joanne Louise Knopf - 
Auguste Emma Lehman, with Highest 

Honors 

Robert Dwight Leigh, with High 
Honors 

IN RECREATION 



Emerit Desmond Lindbeck 

Richard Wayne Lundeen 

Jerry Irwin Markbreit, with Honors 

Floyd Hawthorne McAfee 

Henry William Miller, Jr. 

Thomas A. Miller 

Helen Mae Moody, with Honors 

Joan May Moran 

Kenneth Vincent Mullen 

Miriam Carpenter Mullen, with 

Honors 
JoAnn Claire Neburka, with Honors 
Robert Lane Nicolette 
Bert Walter Xordberg 
Joan Frances Novak 
Harold Waldemar Olofsson 

Sanford Zolmon Patlak 
Virginia Ann Reda, with Honors 

Ronald Dean Renn 

Richard Murray Richards 

William Darrell Ridley 

Dorothea Shermax 

Steve Sibon, Jr. 

Marilyn Paula Siegal 

Dolores Mary Stephan^ 

Komo Ligor Tane 

James Lee Thompson 

Burdette Jerome Thurlby 

Nancy Ann Upsall 

John Vayda, Jr. 

Ann Camille Vodax 



Jo Ann Belton 
Ruth Sarah Caldwell 
Marilyn Louise Ganschow 
Judith Cunning Gilman 
Clarence Marvin Girtch 
Marlene June Glassman 
Carl Philip Hartmann 



Shirley June Heinz 
Charles Burton Hoefer, Jr. 
Barbara Lou Lenell 
Iohn Lee McDowell 
Joan Barbara Smith 
Fredricka Lila Teer 



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THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



Candidates presented by Frank Bridgewater, M.S. 
Director of the Division of Special Services for War Veterans 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Wilfred Emile Allard 

David Carothers Allison 

Opal Harris Baldree 

William Mahl Barnes 

Richard Fridolph Bergstrom 

Charles Kenneth Billings 

Wayne Earl Binkley 

Keller Joseph Blanchard 

Stanley Bober 

Robert Louis Bornarth 

Philip Lee Bowman 

Robert Newton Cotton, with Honors 

Carl Ronald Dale 

Moses Richard DeLaPaz 

Betty Lee DePoy 

Paul Howard Dorsey, Jr. 

Peter James Dowiatt III 

Flavil Ray Edgin, with Honors 

William August Elbracht 

John Ensdorff 

Robert Wallace Ferrel 

Merritt Walker Finney, Jr. 

Charles James Francis 

Andrew Jerome Frazier 

Arthur Frank Greenfield, with 

Honors 
James Buell Griffin, with Honors 
Eugene Raymond Griffiths 
Cedric Ivan Hanson 
Bruce Ronald Hauge 
Arthur Monroe Haywood 
Gary Lau Hein, Jr. 
Norman Frank Heisner 
Robert Samuel Hill 
John Norman Hoefer, with Honors 
James Michael Holden 
John Anthony Hopp 
William Hubona 
Gene Douglas Hunter 
Thomas Jensen, with Honors 
Donald Martin Jewell 
Bob Mason Johnson, with Honors 



William Leo Kamin 

Paul Estronza LaViolette 

Richard Wayne Lebin 

John William Livingston 

Joseph Henry Magrane 

Theodore Zeno Manuel, Jr. 

John William Marsh 

Wayne Mayo 

William Everett Mayo 

Milton Kenneth McAuley 

Warren Palmer Miller 

Charles Wilson Milne 

George B. Moore 

Joseph Morris 

William Francis Murphy 

James Martin Nealon 

Donald Richard Noren 

Charles Ernst Off 

Raymond Walter Pahutka 

Rudolph Stanley Paige, with Honors 

Frank Joseph Passarello 

Eugene Edward Peer, with Honors 

Edward Henry Pietraszek 

Patrick Emil Piton 

Paul Theodore Prestholt 

Robert Hamlin Quick 

Harold Alvin Rodell 

Sylvia Ruth Rosenberg 

Clifford Thomas Safranski 

Charles P. Salisbury, with Honors 

Donald Thomas Sedik 

James Stewart Sheldon 

Albert Asa Stanley 

Myron Eugene Stanton 

Kenneth Arlan Stark 

Richard Raymond Thuma, Jr. 

Jesse Clermon Vickers 

Gail Frederick Wehrman 

Robert William Wendt 

William Thomas Winter 

Leroy Emil Zirk 



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THE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 

Candidates presented by Robert Graham, B.S., D.V.M. 
Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Bernie Lee Allen 

Charles Gustav Anderson 

LeRoy George Biehl 

Marcus Lafayette Brown, Jr. 

George Fred Buchal 

Bernard Robert Cahill 

Norman Fredric Cornelius 

William Thompson Davis IV 

Jay Alden Firth 

Robert Burns Goodin 

Iohn Oscar Harris, with Honors 

Jorg Hermann Lothar Hoogeweg 

Allen Joesten, Jr. 

Theodore Ernest Kjellstrom 

Albert Junior Koltveit 



Iosei'H Irving Leveque 
William Winthrop Lovett 
Lyle Stanley McCullough 
Jerrold Stuart Michaels 
Charles Arnold Miner, Jr. 
James Dodds Pulliam 
Frank Charles Riley 
Richard Anthony Schiltz 
John Edward Schmidt 
Alan Lee Springer 
Edward Robert Symonds 
Paul LaRue Trovillion, Jr. 
Betty Ann Walters 
Robert Charles Willand 
Nancy Wood 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



Warren Nelson Anderson 
Marjorie Thompson Brown 
Richard Julian Brown 
Irvin Clark Bunn 
Vincent Wesley Chaffee 
Robert Colliver Dod son- 
Gilbert Carl Fischer 
Albert Owen Griffiths 
Howard Philip Hobson 
William Ernest Hopkins 
Gordon John Iverson, with Honors 
Robert Gene Kern 
Marlin Dallas Kleckner, with High 

Honors 
Paul George Leondis 
Charles Edward Lewis 



Thomas Allen Maudlin- 
David Alexander McConnell 
Robert Chandler Morris 
Merrill William George Ottwein, 

with Honors 
Mike Pellock 
Howard Peter Peterson- 
Paul Stanley Quinn, with Honors 
John Paul Rosborough 
Charles Robert Rossi 
Wayne Roy Sanderson 
Gregg William Taylor 
Arthur Robert Twardock, with 

Honors 
David Robert W'arren 
Ronald Gene West 



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Degrees Conferred August 15, 1955 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Mildred Pauline Butcher, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1952 
Mary Kathleen Mills, A.B., University of Maryland, 1954 

IN ECONOMICS 

Charles Gordon Banks, A.B., University of Texas, 1954 

Yu-min Chou, A.B., 1954 

Donald William Loewecke, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1954 

IN EDUCATION 
John William Gillis, A.B., 1952 
Robert Andrew Pringle, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1950 

IN ENGLISH 

William Edward Lindblad, A.B., 1951 

Ahmad Hasan Qureshi, A.B., Government College (Ludhiana), 1945; A.M., 
Government College (Lahore), 1949 

IN HISTORY 

Spencer Hunter Brown, A.B., 1954 

Gordon Barlow Dodds, A.B., Harvard College, 1954 

Virginia Rose Grollemond, A.B., 1954 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Boyd Alma Murphy, A.B., University of Nevada, 1954 

Leonard Rico, B.S., Rutgers University, 1952 

Melvin Herbert Weiss, B.S., Purdue University, 1953 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Gerardine Maryann Meerman, B.S., 1950 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Anthony Charles Cardullo, B.S., Boston College, 1953 
Spiro Francis Lekas, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1954 
Margaret Joan Lindemer, A.B., Beloit College, 1950 
Malathi Ayyadevara Rao, A.B., University of Madras, 1950 
Raymond Edwin Wolfinger, A.B., University of California, 1951 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Janet Saville Kerridge, A.B., New Jersey College for Women, 1934 
William Edward Klein, B.S., 1950 

IN SOCIOLOGY 

Robert Brooks Deaton, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1954 
Ernest Works, A.B., Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College (Pine Bluff, 
Arkansas), 1951 

IN SPEECH 

David Russell Batcheller, Jr., A.B., College of Wooster, 1954 
James Stamper Harris, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1954 
James Arthur Latimer, A.B., 1953 



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Elizabeth Joan Morehouse, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1953 
Marilyn Louise Nelson, A.B., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1954 
Tames Michael Nolan, A.B., 1954 
Hermann Georg Stelzner, A.B., Emerson College, 1953 

IN STATISTICS 

Paul Thomas Corrigan, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1947 

IN THE TEACHING OF GERMAN 

Harry Walter Paulin, A.B., North Central College, 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF LATIN 

Kenneth Eugene Hagen, A.B., 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Teanne Marie Allen, A.B., Fisk University, 1951 . 
Herbert Harold Hutchison, A.B., Capital University, 1954 
Dean Eugene Niles, A.B., Syracuse University, 1952 
Irene Louise Vesey, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Donald Frederick Hewson, A.B., 1950 

Marilyn Emily Schlemmer, A.B., Monmouth College, 1952 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 

Gerald Crawford Brown, B.S., 1950 

Donald Wayne Kehe, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1954 

Benson Sarup Massey, B.Com., University of Allahabad, 1944; A.M., M.Lom., 

Agra University, 1952, 1954 
Kenneth Florian Schuba, B.S., Marquette University, 1951 
Floyd Wesley Windal, B.S., 1952 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Eric Richard Berg, A.B., A.M., University of Texas, 1947, 1954 

Tames Max Falconer, B.S., Principia College 1954 

'Mohamad Aref Ghaussi, A.B., University of Kabul, 1952 

Joseph Charles Headley, B.S., 1952 

Eugene Martin M alone, B.S., 1952 

William Lewis Ruble, B.S., 1954 

Carl Wilson Schmiedeskamp, B.S., 1952 

Tian-Torng Tsui, A.B., National Chengchi University, 1949 

IN AGRONOMY 

Albert Chase Cornelius, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1954 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

William Allen Doerr, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 
Leroy Jack Hanson, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1952 

Ishmael Samuel Reid, B.S., Savannah State College, 1946; M.S., Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1947 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

David Chan-Wai Chow, B.S., 1954 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Lois Joan Barton, B.S., 1954 
Robert William Hansen, B.S., 1954 



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IN BOTANY 

Donald Alfred Larson, B.S., Wheaton College, 1953 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

John Woodruff Almlof, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1953 
Reuven Dobry, B.Ch.E., Syracuse University, 1954 
Howard Herzig, B.Ch.E., City College of New York, 1954 
Arthur Stanton Perkins, B.Ch.E., University of Delaware, 1954 

IN CHEMISTRY 
David Allen Dennen, B.S., 1953 

Donald Benjamin Hines, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1950 
James Dudley Winefordner, B.S., 1954 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

William Frederick Brandes, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 

John Frederick Clarke. B.S., University of California, 1939 

Jagdishchandra Jagjivvandas Doshi, B.E., Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute, 

1952 
Frank William Galbraith, B.M.E., University of Minnesota, 1943; B.C.E., 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1950 
Richard Ernest Gibson, B.S., University of Kansas, 1952 
Nicholas Angelo Gouvis, B.S., 1952 

Richard Lee Hunt, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
Syed Ashrafullah Hussaini, B.E., Osmania University, 1950 
Sardar Ali Khan, B.E., Osmania University, 1951 
Erwin Howard Kleist, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1944 
Maurice Keyes Kurtz, Jr., B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 
Harry Allan Locke, B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1946 
Charles Edward Manske, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1950 
Bergen Steele Merrill, Jr., B.S., University of Mississippi, 1943; B.S., United 

States Naval Academy, 1946 
Joshua Levering Merritt, Jr., B.S., Lehigh University, 1952 
Robert Charles Nelson, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1949 
William Edgar Read, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 
James Hagood Sams III, B.C.E., Clemson College, 1954 
William Courtney Schnobrich, B.S., 1953 
Robert Newton Storer, Jr., B.S., 1954 
Earl Edward Wheatley, B.S., Antioch College, 1952 
Rene Arthur Wolf, B.S., United States Military Academy, 1950 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Richard Allan Freedland, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1953 
Micah Isaac Krichevsky, A.B., University of Connecticut, 1952 

IN ECONOMICS 

Mohammed Hossein Farrokh Pars, A.B., University of Tehran, 1937; Diploma, 
Exeter University, 1939; A.M., 1955 

IN EDUCATION 

Eleanor Joan Brannah, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1946 

William Robert Clifton, B.S., 1950 

Esther Lillian Conway, B.S., Northwestern University, 1949 

Dan Entrikin Kane, B.S., 1940 

Robin Franklin Ledbetter, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 

Robert James Stein, B.S., 1954 

Joan Thune Waananen, B.S., Northern Michigan College of Education, 1951 



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IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

R\n. GuiLLERMO ARREAZA, Elec.Engr., Universidad Central de Venezuela, 1953 

James LeRoy Divilbiss, B.S., Kansas State College, 1952 

1 Ioward Eng King, B.S., University of Washington, 1945 

Harold Larson Moffat, Graduate, United States Armed Forces Institute of 

Technology, 1951 
James Otto Schafer, B.E.E., Villanova University, 1954 
James Francis Tangney, B.S., United States Naval Academy, 1946 
Victor Mayo White, A.B., Eastern Washington College of Education, 1950 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 
Stanley Shoso Miyake, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1951 

IN GEOLOGY 

Robert Errol Myers, A.B., DePauw University, 1953 

Wilbur Lloyd Stevenson, B.S., 1952 

Bruce Irvin Susong, A.B., Miami University, 1954 

IN HEALTH EDUCATION 

Harold Raymond Clark, B.S., 1954 

Herbert John Holstein, B.S., State Teachers College (Cortland, New York), 

195 1 
Daniel Samuel Zaharko, B.P.E., University of British Columbia, 1953 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Mary Louise Muller, B.S., Michigan State University, 1941 
Dorothy Louise Rice, B.S., 1947 

IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

Caryl Mae Davis, A.B., 1952 

Mary Jane Ford, B.S., Arkansas State Teachers College, 1948 

Doris Jeannine Taylor Klay, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 195 1 

Ladye Veloria Marshall, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

i95i 
Millie Esther Smith, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1945 
Nancy Jane Teuscher, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 195 1 
Mary Ruth Webb Witter, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

IN JOURNALISM 

Robert Eugene Smith, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1952 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Alice Strong Alben, B.S., Dakota Wesleyan University, 1921 

Warren Albert, B.S., Brooklyn College, 1953 

Betty Lucille Anderson, B.S., Phillips University, 1948 

Charlotte Charlene Bryce, A.B., 1953 . 

Jean Hayward Cameron, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1953 

Alan Martin Cohn, A.B., A.M., Washington University, 1949, 1950 

Lucy Lenore Crowder, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1939; A. AT., 1945 

Ii.wxe Kwan Fong, B.S., Arizona State College, 1951 

George Albert Fox, A.B., Knox College, 1950 

Karl Oscar Gandt, B.S., Concordia Teachers College, 1945 

Harriet Gene Stephens Grantham, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 

Prescott Reed Harmon, Jr., A.B., A.M., State University of Iowa, 1950, 1952 

Lucille Hecht, A.B., 1954 

Evelyn Mildred Henderson, A.B., Wilberforce University, 1946 

Edward George Hollmax, B.S., A.B., A.M., University of Missouri, 1947, 1949. 

1951 
William M. Lee, A.B., George Washington University, 195 1 
Frances Ya-Kiang Liu, A.B., College of St. Mary-of-the-Wasatch, 1954 



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Leonard Marvin Londo, A.B., Hope College, 1951 

James Manley Metcalf, A.B., Friends University, 1950; A.M., University of 
Washington, 195 1 

Marjorie Eileen Miller, A.B., 1950 

Irene Gates Phillippe, A.B., 1939 

John Myers Ptacek, A.B., Berea College, 1948 

Vivian Belle Romans, A.B., Tougaloo College, 1946 

Berta Heintz Roth, A.B., San Francisco State College, 1938; B.S.(L.S.), Uni- 
versity of Southern California, 1944 

John Edward Scott, A.B., Morehouse College, 1948; B.S. (L.S.), Atlanta Uni- 
versity, 1949 

Agnes Dale Steffey, B.S., 1941 

Bernice Croft Wheatley, A.B., Antioch College, 1954 

Allan Massengale Wilson, A.B., A.M., University of Arkansas, 1948, 1949 

Muriel Sau Quon Yin, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1954 

Jean Gareth Young, B.S., Ohio State University, 1948 

IN MARKETING 

Frederick Armand Manzara, A.B., Northwestern University, 1951 
John Murray Philp, A.B., University of Western Ontario, 1952 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Werner Louis Frank, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1951 

Clifford Allan Long, B.S., 1954 

Robert Phillip Teutsch, B.S., Florida Southern College, 1953 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Vicente Jalbuna Hedriana, B.S., M.I.Mgmt., University of the Philippines, 1950, 

1954 
Donald Lee Mykkanen, B.S., University of California at Los Angeles, 1954 
Cemil Erol Ozman, B.S., Robert College (Turkey), 1954 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

George Kenneth Bachman, B.S., State Teachers College (Mansfield, Pennsyl- 
vania), 1952; B.S., Juilliard School of Music, 1953 
Edward Steven Bohacek, B.Mus.Ed., American Conservatory of Music, 1953 
Mary Lorraine Davie, B.Mus.Ed., Music and Arts University of St. Louis, 1951 
William Vincent Gabbert, B.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1952 
Guileen Patricia Lindsey, A.B., Western College, 1949 
Albert Louis Lundgren, B.S.(Agr.), B.S. (Ed.), 1950, 1952 
Eula Mae Johnson Morris, A.B., Adams State College, 1948 
Ralph Esrom Wade, A.B., Goshen College, 1949 
Marylou Elizabeth Wolfer, B.Mus.Ed., Northwestern University, 1950 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Richard Lee DeSchriver, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1954 
Louis Patrick DiOrio, A.B., Hiram College, 1954 
Arnold Edward Domke, Jr., B.S., University of Idaho, 1954 
Donald James Gill, B.S., State Teachers College (Slippery Rock, Pennsyl- 
vania), 1954 
Otis Kenneth Karr, Jr., B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 
Joseph Fernand Landry, A.B., Laval University, 1952; B.S., Ottawa University, 

1954 
James Theodore Mahoney, B.S., Ohio State University, 1952 
Joseph Anthony Mastropaolo, B.S., Brooklyn College, 1950 
Jean Carol McIntyre, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1953 
Duane Butenhoff Mehn, B.S., North Central College, 1952 
Phyllis Mintz, B.S., Brooklyn College, 1954 

Pauline Van Raemdonk Scott, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1940 
Cynthia Agrava Villa, B.P.E., University of the Philippines, 195 1 



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IN PHYSICS 

James Thomas Ephgrave, B.S., 1952 

Eberhakd Goeler von Raven sburg, Vordiplom, Technische Hochschule Darm- 
stadt (Germany), 1953 
James Sheridan O'Connell, B.S., Beloit College, 1953 
Morikazu Shikata, B.S., University of Kyoto, 1954 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

John Alferd Algee, B.S., Langston University, 1953 
Peter George Economou, B.S., 1950 
Willard Sloan Holt, B.S., Hampton Institute, 1949 
Solomon Celester Payne, B.S., Virginia State College, 1952 
Norman Israel Shapiro, A.B., 1954 

IN RECREATION 

Raymond Cook, B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1953 

Paul Eugene Frazier, B.S., University of Wyoming, 1954 

Mary Virginia Frye, A.B., Bradley University, 1940 

Takeshi Harada, B.S., University of Hawaii, 195 1 

Rokaya Mohamed Hasan, A.B., American University of Cairo, 1953 

Kenneth Michael Kim, A.B., San Francisco State College, 1941 

Arnold Lewis, B.S., 1953 

Fred Harold Reich, B.B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1948 

Ralph Horace Steele, B.S., 1952 

John Griffith Williams, B.S., 1954 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Patricia Cambridge Hall, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1953 
Guy Harold Mahan, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Helen Louise Duckels Sapp, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1952 
Robert Kennedy Simpson, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Suzanne Louise Spink, A.B., University of Tulsa, 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

James Brown, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Alton Raymond Drolsum, B.S., 1951 

Fredrick Robert Fechtner, B.S., 1953 

Arthur Allen Zimmer, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1950 

IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 

Donald Mahlon Redman, B.S., 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 

Simmie Samuel Blakney, A.B., Tougaloo College, 1950 
Donald Lynn Cramer, A.B., McKendree College, 1948 

IN THE TEACHING OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Alma Jean Harder, A.B., Berea College, 1953 

William Joseph Krabill, A.B., B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1950, 1951 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Lloyd Malcolm Geertz, B.S., 1954 

Robert Earl Miller, B.S., 1954 

Fabian Robert Peterson, B.S., University of Denver, 1951 

Frank Charles Rally, B.S., 1951 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Maria Ludovica Bernardini, B.S., 1953 
Charles Remington Goldman, A.B., 1952 
Esther Wilma Olle, B.S., 1954 

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THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

George William Cherry, B.Mus., Northwestern University, 1952 

Joseph Murray Rezits, B.Mus., 1954 

Harriet Mae Sapper, B.Mus., New England Conservatory of Music, 1951 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Gudelia Marmolejo Abarcar, B.S., University of the Philippines, 1948; B.Ed., 

University of Melbourne, 1952 
Lloyd Corinthian Abbott, B.S., West Virginia State College, 1935 
Betty Viola Ahlf, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 
Donald Harbert Anderson, A.B., George Peabody College, 1950 
Harry Lee Anderson, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 
Aldene Chesebro Asher, B.S., 1941 
Edna Esther Auer, B.S., 1945 

Dora Marie Baker, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Derwood Eugene Bammann, B.S., 1951 
Muriel Stark Barker, B.S., 1953 

Frederick Arthur Bell, B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College, 1943 ; M.S., 1949 
Hazel Evelyn Bell, A.B., Colorado State College, 1952 
Frank John Bohac, B.S., 1949 

Mamie Thornton Bonner, B.S., Alabama State College for Negroes, 1946 
Meryle Marie Boughton, A.B., Greenville College, 1948 

Cleopatra Rebecca Boyd, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1949 
Norma Elaine Brandel, Ph.B., Northwestern University, 1950 
Eva Filchak Brown, B.S., Millikin University, 1948 
Dale Burton Buck, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 
Lois Margaret Bungard, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 
Elmer Earl Callaway, A.B., DePauw University, 1949 
Verle Lavern Carrell, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Mary Lou Carrico, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 
Helen Tobin Collier, B.S., M.S., 1940, 1950 
C. Darwin Cooper, A.B., Wheaton College, 1950 
Mariam McKemie Corn, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Virgil Edward Coughlin, B.S., 1940 
Patricia Cunningham Cruthis, B.S., 1952 

James Wentworth Dalton, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 
Virginia Frances Delaney, A.B., DePauw University, 1949 
Marjorie Lou Doolin, A.B., MacMurray College, 1950 
Verner Roland Ekstrom, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 
Gene Louis Elliott, B.S., 1950 

Adrian Williams Ernst, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 
Blanche Orum Evans, B.S., Tillotson College, 1944 
Ophelia Harper Evans, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1936 
Margaret Duewer Felter, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1947 
James Francis Fisher, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1949 
Wilhelmina Saunders Fisher, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1918 
Mary L. Fitch, A.B., Carthage College, 1934 
Louise Richards Fliermans, B.S., 1948 
Walter James Forsyth, A.B., Monmouth College, 1950 
Charles Eugene Fox, A.B., McKendree College, 1951 
Norma Alene Fox, A.B., McKendree College, 1952 
Vernon Franklin Frazee. B.S., 1953 

Vernon R. French, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1952 
Ralph Eugene Frohardt, B.S., 1930 

Harold Myers Gambrel, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1946 
Donald George Gill, A.B., Illinois College, 1951 
Kenneth Fred Gill, A.B., Illinois College, 1950 
Myron Adolph Grimm, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1951 
John Emerson Griswold, B.S., 1950 

Stella A. Guimond, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Mary Alice Ivers Haegele, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 

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Viola Evelyn Harris, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 

Mildred Oakley Hendrix, B.S., Indiana University, 1951 

STEPHEN Peter Henkes, A.B., University of Richmond, 1951 

Phyllis Lieber Hodes, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1943 

Clyde Eugene Holmes, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1950 

Theo Wallace Hughey, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 195 1 

Betty Lou Hunt, B.S., Central Missouri State College, 1950 

Pamela Ames Jenkins, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Princess Lee Equilla Johnson, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1949 

Edward Elmer Kaercher, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Angela Ruth Keigher, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Mabel Madsen Keliher, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1952 

Ralph Earl Keller, Ph.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1951 

Patrick Joseph Kennedy, A.B., St. Joseph's College, 1951 

Thomas Nelson Kias, B.Ed., B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1934, 1946 

Roy Eugene Klay, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

Herbert Martin Kobler, B.S., 1947 

Genevieve Antonina Komisar, B.S., State Teachers College (North Adams, 

Massachusetts), 1950 
Paul Herbert Koschmann, B.S., Concordia Teachers College, 1947 
Geraldine Joyce Lamkin, B.S., 1951 

Betty Joan Lang, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 
Dale Linden Lang, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 
Clyde William Lee, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1949 
Lut Newboe Leibovitz, B.S., 1954 

Frances Lorraine Lewis, B.S., Langston University, 1951 
William Richard Lloyd, B.S., 1950 
Daniel Harold Lome, B.S., 1950 

Rose Marie Riley Lutz, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 
Beulah Kennedy Mace, B.S., 1953 

Stella Adeline Makiney, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1948 
Leta Dunn Maloney, B.S., Nebraska State Teachers College (Chadron), 1953 
Dorothy Elizabeth Benton Martin, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 

1936 
Errah Cordelia Martin, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1950 
Raymond Dean Mattingly, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1949 
Farrell McGinnis, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1953 
Roland Wendell Meyer, B.S., 1950 

Betty Chivington Meyering, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1951 
Chester Meyering, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1953 

Russell Edward Mickles, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1952 
Alta Iledia Morgan, B.S., Greenville College, 1950 
Harold Stephen Morgan, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 
Emil Morsch, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 
Richard Barrett Mudge, B.S., 1950 

Betty Alice Mundell, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1951 
Harlan Eugene Nash, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1951 
Taylor Neal, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1953 
Howard Franklin Nelms, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1952 
Anita Lee Chandler Nelson, A.B., University of Colorado, 1947 
Claus Wilbur Netherton, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1951 
Woodrow Wilson Norris, B.S., 1952 

Katherine Rhyne Norton, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Joseph Hall Oakey, B.Ed., Keene Teachers College, 1950 
Sumiko Okuna, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1953 
Margaret Louise O'Neal, B.S., 1952 
John Duane Orcutt, B.S., 1952 

Jack Otis, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1946; M.S.W., 1048 
Donald Thurlo Outten, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Pearl Parke, Jr., B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 
Judia Washington Parker, B.S., Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State 

University, 1948 
Ozzie B. Payton, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1951 



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Pauline Patsy Pasley Perkins, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1951 

Chester Lionel Persinger, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1950 

Margaret Louise Perucca, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1946 

Henrietta Ann Pfeil, B.S., Olivet Nazarene College, 1952 

Phillip William Pini, B.S., 1948 

Jacob Daniel Pottgen, Jr., B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1949 

William Harlan Puterbaugh, B.S., Manchester College, 1952 

Jake Wilburn Reams, B.S., Eastern State College (Richmond, Kentucky), 1949 

Mary Alice Reinhart, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Maurice John Reinhart, B.S., 1950 

Theodore Frederick Renick, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1950 

John Donald Richardson, B.S., 1952 

Alice Miriam Rifkind, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1952 

Edwin Dale Riggins, B.S., Murray State College, 1949 

Frederick Willam Ruhe, Jr., B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1954 

Diana Sabatello, B.S., 1953 

Ernest Henry Sancken, B.S., 1949 

Moses Barber Sandbach, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1949 

Mary Jane Saunders, B.S., 1950 

James Robert Savage, B.S., 1947 

Henrietta Scharfenberg, B.S., 1951 

Arlene Rosa Schneider, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Elmer George Schuchmann, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Sara Marshall Ingram Scroggins, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1951 

Donald Earl Seaton, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Lois Jayne Shappee, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1943 

Sister M. Noel Boggs, B.S., Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1942 

Sister M. Rosalie Connor, B.S., DePaul University, 1049 

Jerry Slack, Jr., B.S., 1951 

Rhea Carol Slingloff, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Dorothy Louise Smith, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

William Brewer Snodgrass, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1950 

Katherine Anne Soucek, B.S., 1953 

Janet Margaret Southard, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1951 

Lester Arthur Spielman, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1950 

Floyd Gene Staff, B.S., Greenville College, 1952 

Mary Sullivan Standley, A.B., Illinois College, 1927 

John Henry Staples, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1945 

Rufus Starks, B.S., Wiley College, 1939 

Walter August Staugaard, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1940 
Carol Ruth Zornig Stehr, A.B., 1951 
Francis Lewis Stephens, B.S., 1950 

Samuel Sutherland, B.S., Southern University (Scotlandville, Louisiana), 1952 
Hazel Curtis Swain, A.B., 1920 
Isabel Hutchinson Swan, B.S., 1942 
Lucille Wilson Taliaferro, B.S., 1950 

Freddie Daniels Tatum, A.B., Stowe Teachers College, 1942 
Harold Verity Thomas, B.S., Washington University, 1944 
William Dale Thomas, B.S., Ball State Teachers College, 1950 
Mary Lela Puderbaugh Thompson, B.S., State Teachers College (Buffalo, New 

York), 1951 
Vernon Earl Troxel, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 
Ellis Eugene Vance, B.S., 1947 

Richard Lee Van Scyoc, Ph.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1949 
Robert Neil Vogen, B.S., 1947 

Beulah Tolch Walker, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1934 
Robert Dean Walker, B.S., 1950 

Charles Anderson Walters, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 
Jane Marion Warring, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1951 
Charles Edward Warwick, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1950 
Margaret Lillian Weidman, B.S., Culver-Stockton College, 1952 
Donald Stanley Joseph Wieczorek, B.S., 1954 



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Wayne Ellsworth Willard, A.B., Illinois College, 1952 

Aurolyn Ernestine Williams, A.B., Southern University (Baton Rouge, 

Louisiana), 195 1 
Marilyn Williamson, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1951 
Shirley Fred Winterroth, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 
Carl Fredrick Workman, B.S., 1952 
Catharine June Zang, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1944 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS 

Bill Howard Armstrong, B.F.A., Bradley University, 1949 
Donald Calvin Robertson, B.F.A., John Herron Art Institute, 1952 
Ernest Joseph Velardi, Jr., B.F.A., 1952 

IN ART HISTORY 
Robert William Schlageter, A.B., 1951 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

John Paul Armstrong, B.S., M.S., State Teachers College (Buffalo, New York), 

1950, 1952 
Harry Eugene Butler, B.S., M.S., 1946, 1951 
James Weir Martin Campbell, A.B., A.M., 1949, 1951 
Vail Ralph Cordell, A.B., M.S., Ed.M., 1916, 1949, 1952 

George Archer Cross, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1946; M.S., 1952 
Joyce Marvin Douglass, A.B., Greenville College, 1949; A.M., 1953 
James Orvel Edmondson, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947; M.S., 1949 
Harold Edward Graham, A.B., Eastern Kentucky State College, 1938; A.M., 

University of Kentucky, 1951 
Ramon C. Hill, B.S., Lemoyne College, 1939; M.S., 1949 
Eugene Ross Howard, B.S., Ed.M., 1947, 1954 
Doris Mardelle McCann, A.B., Ed.M., 1936, 1952 

Roy Eugene Sheppard, B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948; M.S., 1952 
Delbert E. Zimmerman, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1947; A.M., 1949 

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 

Philip Eugene Brown, with Honors Marlin Henry Meyer, with High 
Max William Churchill Honors 

William Thomas Dalsin, Jr. Clifford Carrol Miles 

Douglas Keith Hanson Donald Ross Muehling 

James Lawrence Hubbard, with High John Richard Nesbitt 

Honors Laurence Redmond Smith 

Richard Prather Kesler, with High William Dorsey Whitfield 

Honors Richard Wayne Woodard 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Helen Louise Carter Sue Louise Ray 

Marilyn Mae Johnson Joan Stenger Schroeder 

THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Dale Richard Chambliss Harold Larner, Jr. 

Robert Norman Clark 

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IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



Gerald Taylor Cohron 



Earl Howard Woodrum 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Henry Thomas Barbatti 
Robert Henry Cordes 
Otello Peter Domenella 
Ralph Joseph Horn 
Don Edward Jones 



John Overton Lewis 
Robert Alan MacDonald 
Robert Eugene Oglesby 
John Harold Ragen 
Nazif Kenan Tezcan 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Richard George Bemis, with Honors 

Donald Edward Buhrmester 

Robert Anthony Carr 

Ernesto Currea-Garcia 

Irwin John Fahlen 

Charles Douglas Fisher 

Jerome Goldberg 

Jairo Guillen-Rodriquez 

Seifollah Hakimi, with Honors 

Roger Lee Hausvick 

Kent William Hetfield 

Donald Ralph Jeschke 

IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 

William Thomas Purcell, Jr. 



John George Kratzer 
Roger George Martini 
Alfonso Mejia-Uruena 
Robert Raymond Randolph 
Virgilio Jose Reyes-Berdugo 
Guillermo Alfonso Rios-Aponte 
Robert Erling Rohde 
Stephen Eugene Speltz 
Kenneth Ralph Swienton 
John Richard VonLanken 
Duane Blondell Young 



John O'Neill Otte 



IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Henry Wolfgang Babel, with Honors 
Harold James Black 
Primo Dominic Bordignon 
Armando Cardenas 
Morris David Durham, Jr. 
Mark Sherwood Foster 
Charles Albert Gautschy, Jr. 
Edward Alfred Hawkins 



Raymond Edward Lancaster 
Enrique Villa Mejia 
Robert Louis Rogel 
Elmer Gerald Schlung, Jr. 
Robert William Schroeder 
Morse Beryl Singer 
Albert Barry Taylor, Jr. 
Eduardo Valencia-Diago 



John William Wishart 



James Ernest Becker 



N METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

IN MINING ENGINEERING 

Jose Vicente Romero 



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Richard W. Auerswald, Jr. 
Carl Rudolph Barthelemy 
June Marie Becka 
Shirlee Marie Blum 
Thomas Duncan Bone 
Marshall Bartlett Brisbois 
Charles Michael Bruen 
Leslie Aulls Bryan, Jr. 



Charles Ira Calisoff, with High 
Honors in Political Science 

Beverly Roxie Colt 

Patricia Ann Firebaugh, with 
Honors in Rhetoric 

Michael Greenfield 

David H. Groves 

Eugene Nolan Hamilton 



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Marjorie Becker Hartsuch 
Robert Pearson Hodam 
Nancy Sifferd Lambert 

iIRA LAUKYS 

John Milton Leedom, Jr. 
Howard Allen Levin 

Joan Muriel Lewis 
Joseph Anthony Libnocii 
Warren Russell Nickerson 
Phillip Alan Petty 
Jane Andrea Purdy 



Judith Louise Herzog Rand 
Patricia Strole Scherer 
Margaret Clare Schlaeger, with 

Highest Honors in English 
Jason Silverstein 
Abel Leon Smith 
Joseph Taback 
Norman Eugene Taylor 
Herbert Clay Thurman 
Richard Alan Wham 
Patricia Nanette Wiggins 



Arlene Ruth Berg 
David Ward Pease, Jr. 
Joan Arlene Sears 
Beverly Dawn Dalton 



IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

IN THE TEACHING OF GERMAN 

IN THE TEACHING OF LATIN 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



Algis Ramutis Bakaitis 
Joseph Maurice Marchello 



Robert John Piette 

Verle Newton Schrodt, with Honors 



IN CHEMISTRY 



Alma May Boston, with Highest 

Honors 
Ralph James Fessenden, with High 

Honors 



M. Douglas Meyers 
Reinoldas Pipyne 
Norman Sheldon Schlang 



IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Joseph Edward Adducci, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Armando Carlo 
Allen Channon Engerman 
Martin Fertel 
Margaret Mary Francis 
Irwin Justin Glicken 



Arnold Goldstein- 
Bernard David Hirsch 
Mindaugas Eduardas Jazbutis 
Donald Robert Kaysser 
Mariann Kirby 
Edmund John Pannier 
Raymond Edwin White, Jr. 



Clarissa Adams Goad 



IN SPEECH CORRECTION 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LAW 



Dwight Franklin Bickel 



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THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Ronald John Guild, B.S., 1950 
James Byron House, B.S., 1952 
David Erwin Morewitz, A.B., College 

of William and Mary, 1953 
John Edwin Norton, B.S., 1954 
Hestin LeRoy Richards, B.S., Eastern 

Illinois State College, 1949; Ed.M., 

1953 



Howard Michael Sanders, B.S., 1953 
Robert Paul Smith, A.B., Illinois 

College, 1952 
William Grummitt Wells, B.S., 1953 
Lyle Herbert Whitledge, B.S., 1954 
Donald Warren Winne, B.S., Olivet 

College, 1952 



THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN EDUCATION 



Maureen Magdalen Bushman 
Maida Mason Dugan 
Rachel Sims Fabert 
Joan Loretta Gold 
Katherine Bates Jensen 
Eunice Mary Jones 

IN THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 
Richard Donald Maxey 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Zelda Anna Marvel 
Mary Ludwig McBride 
Helen Elisabeth Gates Park 
Merle Ruth Parker 
John Finley Witherspoon 



Ina Swiryn Brown, with Honors 

Barbara Diana Ciszek 

Ruth Marie Eubanks 

Hazel Louise Finfgeld 

Jeanne Jones Gaither 

Marian Van Gerpen Hathaway 



Harold Nordahl Herried 
Beth Greenberg Jaffe, with Honors 
Deloriss Jeannette Keerns 
Eleni Artemis Sotirakos 
Beverly Ann Thomas 



Walter Alan Juneau 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Michael Martin Brown 

Richard Carroll Buenger 

James Kenneth Burrell 

Frank John Cools, Jr. 

James Richard Cooney 

Norton Nathan Gold, with Honors 

Thomas Ronald Green, with Honors 

Maurice Dean Hamilton, with 

Honors 
Jerome Louis Jaffe 



James Donald Jefferson 

John Robert Jones 

Eugene Charles Kumpf 

Richard Arthur Massman 

Eddie Barton Nelson 

Robert Neil Scott 

Myron Hobart Spigelman 

John Paul Swanson 

Robert Arthur White, with Honors 

Ivan James Wilson, with Honors 



IN COMMERCE AND LAW 

Mary Ann Litherland William Wayne Winterhoff 

Charles Edwin Shepherd 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 

Helen Louise Kausic Judith Ann Konneker, with Honors 



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IN ECONOMICS 

Donald Edward Alblinger Donald Wayne Shutt 

Dorothy Curtis Paskell Ronald Eugene Simmons, with Honors 

Margaret Ann Oberzan Pulkownik 

IN FINANCE 
Albert Gary Arnold David Alvin Kjell, with Honors 

IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 

Curtis Milan Brainard William Arthur Manning 

William Edward Erickson Raymond Paulis 

Wilmer Ray Hicks William Ellsworth Roush 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Harold Richard Buttleman William Ewart Strawbridge 

William Thomas Hoffman Jesse Haynes Thornton 

Harold Leonard Jensen Gerald Edward Woodcock 

IN MARKETING 

Donald James Alexander Norman Lee Nugent 

James William Clevenger, Jr. Harold Eugene Oakley, with Honors 

Patrick Joseph Devlin Robert Leigh Patton 

Clarke Elliott Dexter Gerald Victor Pierard 

Lawrence Bernard Dore Robert Crum Walbaum 

Roderick Ellis Joseph Shaw Warner 

Ewald John Hoppe James Addison Wilgus 

Thomas Clinton Hull, Jr. 

IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 

June Helen Eichler 



THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 

James Thomas Coleman James Robert Pierce 

Theodore Paul Elbert Chin Won Suh 

Morton Norman Goldstein John William Torrance, Jr., with 

Valerie Ziska Hamilton High Honors 

Martha Mary Hynds Judith Trotsky 



THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 

Ronald Weikum Backhus John Ervin Schmuckal 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Howard Norman Solotroff 



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IN ART EDUCATION 
James Patrick Lee Beatrice Mary Rosenberg 

IN ART HISTORY 
Lee David Brown 

IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

Gloria Dedrick 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Thomas Eden Binkley, with Honors Campbell Bonner Titchener, with 
Joe Cameron Buchanan Honors 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Leo Francis Buss, Jr., with Honors 

IN ARCHITECTURE 

George Robert Sharp Edward Vitkus 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Mary Ella Collins Breed, with Roma Underwood Dalrymple 

Honors William Russell Morris 

Barbara Ann Brown, with High John Theodore Murphy 
Honors 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Donald Peter Anzelmo John Edward Greenleaf 

Robert Gene Carlier Clifford Henry Waldbeser 

Lee Benoit Castonguay 

IN RECREATION 
Jean Cox Leever, with High Honors Darleen Kennedy Sanders 

THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

Joseph Malcolm Aronstam Constance Muriel Nagle, with 
Perry Lloyd Bailey, with Honors Honors 

Fred Edward Becker Charles Carr Nordhaus 

Eldon Glenn Bourassa Gerhardt Henry Platz 

Charles Leslie Carter, Jr. Edward George Reich 

James Monroe Crick, Jr. James Robert Sime 

Harold Simon Croyts Gordon Wallace Smith 

James Randall Larkins, with Honors John William Squire 

Ronald Delmont Mink Wallace Loren Thomson 



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Degrees Conferred October 15, 1955 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Wei Jen Huang, B.S., St. John's University, 1948; M.S., Michigan State Col- 
lege, 1950 
Allan George Mueller, B.S., M.S., 1945, 1947 

IN AGRONOMY 

Robert Eldox Daxielsox, B.S., Colorado State College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanical Arts, 1948; M.S., Cornell University, 1950 
Joe Ray Gixgrich, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College, 1949, 1952 
Johnny Wryas Pexdletox, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1948; M.S., 1951 
Paul George Rothmax, B.S., M.S., Michigan State College, 1950, 1952 
Darrell Ardex Russel, B.S., Kansas State College, 1943; M.S., 1947 
Billy Bob Tucker, B.S., M.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1952, 1953 

IN ANIMAL NUTRITION 

Paul Grimixger, B.S., M.S., 1952, 1953 

William Douglas Morrisox, B.S., Ontario Agricultural College, 1949; M.S., 

1954 
David Arthur Vaughax, A.B., University of California, 1949; M.S., 1954 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Syam Raxjan Guha, G.V.Sc. Diploma, Bengal Veterinary College, 1934 
Herschel Vixcext Shirley, Jr., B.S.A., University of Georgia, 1949 
Stephex Morris Williams, B.S., University of London, 1949; M.S., University 
College of Wales, 1952; M.S., 1953 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 
Seymour Samuel Lederberg, A.B., Cornell University, 1951 

IN BOTANY 

Dewayxe Leroy Richardsox, A.B., Ripon College, 1950 

Albert Erxst Vatter, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1946; M.S., 1952 

IN BUSINESS 

Melvix Humphrey, B.S., A.M., 1948, 1951 

Hassax Ahmed Tewfik, B.Com., Fouad First University, 1947; M.S., 1952 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Joesph Edward Nowrey, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1950; M.S., 1954 
Fredrick Robert Wixter, B.S., M.S., 1952, 1953 

IN CHEMISTRY 

George William Bailey, B.S., Monmouth College, 1952 
Norman Axdrew Bates, B.S., Western Reserve University, 1952 
Joax Berkowitz, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1952; A.M., 1953 
Debabrata Choudhury, B.S., University of Calcutta, 1950; M.S., 1953 
Hexry Lewis Crespi, B.S., 1952 

Aldo Joseph Crovetti, Jr., A.B., Lake Forest College, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 
Johx Robert Demuth, A.B., Washington University, 1949; M.S., 1952 
E. Reixold Fett, A.B., Hope College, 1951 ; M.S., 1953 
Richard Warrex Fulmer, A.B., DePauw University, 1952 



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Edgar Howard Grahn, B.S., College of Puget Sound, 1941 ; M.S., University 

of Idaho, 1948 
Charles Hawthorne Holm, B.S., M.S., Oregon State College, 1948, 1951 
Sager Daryl Larson, B.S., State College of Washington, 1951 ; M.S., 1953 
Lee Alan Miller, A.B., Augustana College, 1952 
Robert Louis Rau, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1952; M.S., 1953 
William Reese Sherman, A.B., Columbia University, 1951 
Edward Doyle Slifer, A.B., Millikin University, 1950; M.S., Kansas State 

Teachers College, 1952 
Joseph John Ursprung, A.B., A.M., Queens University, 1951, 1953 
Julie Chi-Sun Yang, B.S., National Tsing Hua University, 1949; A.M., Indiana 

University, 1952 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

John Albert Brooks, B.S., Southern Methodist University, 1943; M.S., 1948 

James Robert Fuller, B.S., University of Kansas, 1950; M.S., 1951 

Frank Leslie Howland, B.S., Rutgers University, 1950; M.S., 1952 

Herbert Orin Ireland, B.S., M.S., 1941, 1947 

Fazlur Rahman Khan, B.E., Bengal Engineering College, 1950; M.S.(C.E.), 

M.S.(T.A.M.), 1953, 1955 
Robert John Mayerjak, B.S., University of Connecticut, 1952; M.S., 1954 

IN ECONOMICS 

George Wells Ladd, B.S., South Dakota State College, 1950; A.M., Michigan 

State College, 1951 
Robert Donald Pashek, A.B., Central Washington College of Education, 1949; 

A.M., University of Iowa, 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Henry Lamar Adams, A.B., A.M., University of Kentucky, 1938, 1946 
Raymond Lewis Debus, A.B., University of Sydney, 1952 

Dorothy Jean Sievers, B.S., Northwestern University, 1949; A.M., University 
of New Mexico, 1951 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

John Melvin Anderson, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 

Lewellyn Threewitts Boatwright, Jr., B.S., Clemson Agricultural College, 

1938; M.S., 1947 
Sundaram Seshu, B.S., University of Madras, 1946; Diploma, Indian Institute 

of Science, 1949 

IN ENGLISH 

James Erwin Smythe, A.B., George Pepperdine College, 1945 ; A.M., 1950 
Benjamin Aaron Sokoloff, A.B., A.M., University of Pennsylvania, 1948, 1949 
Robert Lowell Stevens, A.B., Arizona State College, 1943 ; A.M., 1950 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

Rachel Galun, M.Sc, Hebrew University, 1947 

Dan Leslie Shankland, B.S.,. Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1948; M.S., 1951 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Arnold Eugene Aaland, B.S., Jamestown College, 1948; M.S., North Dakota 

Agricultural College, 1950 
Ka Teng Yao, A.B., Hanover College, 1949; M.S., Oregon State College, 1951 

IN GEOLOGY 

Richard Hall Benson, B.S., Marshall College, 195 1 ; M.S., 1953 
Nelson Raymond Gadd, B.Sc, University of Western Ontario, 1946; M.Sc, 
Universite Laval, 1948 

IN GERMAN 

Lee Byron Jennings, A.B., Ohio State University, 1949; A.M., 1951 

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IN HISTORY 

Earland Irving Carlson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1949; A.M., 1950 
Robert Finn Erickson, A.B., Cornell University, 1948; A.M., 1951 
Victor Hicken, B.Ed., Southern Illinois University, 1943 ; A.M., 1947 
Charles Garfield Nauert, Jr., A.B., Quincy College, 1950; A.M., 1951 
Danton Bridgford Sailor, A.B., A.M., 1945, 1947 

IN HORTICULTURE 

Daniel Francis Dayton, B.Ed., Keene College, 1942; B.S., M.S., University of 
New Hampshire, 1949, 1950 

IN MASS COMMUNICATIONS 

Donald Goodman Hileman, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1951 

William Thomas Tucker, A.B., DePauw University, 1941 ; M.S., 1950 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Hans Karl Flesch, A.M., 1950 

Charles Neville Maxwell, B.S., M.S., University of Chicago, 1949, 195 1 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

William Harold Halberstadt, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1952; A.M., 
1953 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

William Wilder Heusner, Jr., B.S., A.M., Northwestern University, 1949, 1952 
Robert Everett McAdam, B.S., DePaul University, 1948; M.S., 1949 

IN PHYSICS 

Richard Robb Hake, B.S., University of Colorado, 1950; M.S., 1951 
Bland Bryan Houston, Jr., A.B., A.M., Vanderbilt University, 1949, 1950 
Alan Scardeburg Penfold, B.S., M.S., University of Saskatchewan, 1949, 1950 
Robert Thornton Schumacher, B.S., University of Nevada, 1951 ; M.S., 1953 
Stanley Henry Vegors, Jr., A.B., Middlebury College, 1951 ; B.S., Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Ronald Arly Bergman, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1953 

James Lester Matthews, B.S., M.S., North Texas State College, 1948, 1949 

IN PLANT PATHOLOGY 
Donald Dale Hickman, B.S., University of Missouri, 1948; M.S., 1949 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Emmett Wilfort Bashful, B.S., Southern University, 1940; A.M., 1947 
Charles John Graham, A.B., A.M., 1950, 1951 

Eugene Alberto Mawhinney, B.S., A.M., University of Maine, 1947, 1949 
Robert Edwon Riggs, A.B., A.M., University of Arizona, 1952, 1953 
Gordon Lichty Shull, A.B., Manchester College, 1946; B.D., Yale University, 
1951 ; A.M., 1952 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Jack Arbit, A.B., A.M., 1951, 1952 

Rhea Stagner Das, A.B., A.M., 1951, 1953 

Austin Claud Herschberger, B.S., Columbia University, 1948; M.S., 1950 

Archer Lester Michael, B.S., Purdue University, 1951 

Irene Rosenthal, M.S., University of Chicago, 1950 

Stanley Arthur Rudin, A.B., West Virginia University, 1950 

Emir Hamvasy Shuford, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of Arkansas, 1951, 1953 

Henry H. Weiss, A.B., Hunter College, 1950 



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IN SPANISH 

William Wright Kirk, A.B., University of Delaware, 1930; A.M., Middlebury 
College, 1935 

James Edward McManamon, A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1934; A.M., Uni- 
versity of Washington, 1939 

IN SPEECH 

Coleman Bender, A.B., A.M., Pennsylvania State College, 1946, 1947 
Dwain Earl Moore, A.B., Wabash College, 1938; A.M., Boston University, 1939 
Robert Lee Scott, A.B., Colorado State College of Education, 1950; A.M., Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1951 
George Thomas Tade, B.S., M.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1945, 1946 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Tien Sun Chang, B.S., M.S.(C.E.), M.S.(T.A.M.), 1952, 1953, 1954 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Paul Brown Barto, V.M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1946; M.S., Oregon 
State College, 1950 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Leonard Durham, B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

Arthur Albin Johnson, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1950; M.S., 1952 

Richard Joseph Lacey, A.B., M.S., University of Massachusetts, 1949, 1950 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

IN EDUCATION 

Lee George Grebner, B.S., M.S., 1947, 1948 

Rutherford Emanuel Lockette, B.S., Georgia State College, 1939; A.M., New 

York University, 1949 
Lloyd Palm Nelson, B.S., M.S., Ed.M., 1942, 1948, 1951 
Elizabeth Jane Simpson, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1941 ; M.S., 

Iowa State College, 1949 
Roy Carroll Turnbaugh, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1942 ; 

A.M., Bradley University, 1949 
Emma May Brittin Whiteford, B.S., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1938; 

M.S., 1951 
Charlotte Elizabeth Wilcox, B.Ed., M.S., Illinois State Normal University, 

1940, 1945 ; M.S., University of North Carolina, 1946 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Angelo Michael Cucci, B.S., M.S., 1942, 1946 

Alfred Wendell Humphreys, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1941 ; A.M., 
George Peabody College for Teachers, 1942 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

Edward Ting, A.B., St. John's University, 1947 

IN HISTORY 

Rosemary Johnson, A.B., Western Kentucky State College, 1952 
Walter Michael Lacyk, A.B., 1954 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 
Tomoo Ito, LL.B., Chuo University, 1953 

IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Shirley Ann Ballard Cupery, A.B., Oberlin College, 1954 



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IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Richard Kenneth Eyman, B.S., 1954 

Lillian Kaufman, A.B., Queens College, 1954 

Robert Vern Miller, A.B., University of Kansas, 1952; Ed.M., 1954 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Kenneth Dwayne Ackers, B.S., 1954 
Ronald Eugene Fowler, B.S., 1952 

IN BOTANY 

William Eugene Martin, B.S., 1950 

Sara Rohrer Peterson, A.B., Vassar College, 1947 

Alice Janet Warren, A.B., Cornell University, 1953 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 
Clarence Leonard Hoenig, B.S., 1954 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Maurice Francis Durning, B.S., University of Idaho, 1954 

Anthony James Lowery, Jr., B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1954 

Clinton David Nelson, B.Ch.E., B.S., University of Minnesota, 1951, 1951 

IN CHEMISTRY 

John Erhart Frey, B.S., Northwestern University, 1952 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Jesse Wayne Storm, B.S., 1952 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Richard Conrad Thorp, B.S., 1954 

James Louis Vetter, A.B., Washington University, 1954 

IN GEOLOGY 

Milton Friedrich Langer, A.B., 1951 

Allan Dow Randall, A.B., University of Connecticut, 1953 

IN JOURNALISM 

Kyung Won Lee, B.S., West Virginia University, 1953 
James Nicholas Miller, A.B., 1954 
Isabelle Marvin Zimmerly, B.S., 1944 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 
Helen Julia Bungard, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1947 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Harold Pastron, B.S., 1951 

IN MARKETING 
William Thomas Clem, B.S., Washington and Lee University, 1954 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Werner David Kahn, B.S., 1952 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
John Edwin Johnson, B.S., Michigan State Normal College, 1952 



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IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Vincent Fiorica, A.B., University of Rochester, 1953 
August Joseph Pocius, B.S., 1953 

IN RECREATION 
Dana Elbert Harlow, B.S., West Virginia University, 1952 

IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY 

Maude Myers Sweney, B.S., 1941 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC 

Robert Allan Robinette, B.F.A., University of Georgia, 1951 ; B.Mus., 1954 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK 

George Lee Eisenberg, A.B., Roosevelt College, 1951 

THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 
Alfreda Mallorey Graham 

THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Thomas Everett Emmering 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Roberta Perle Friedman Vera Cameron Stine 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 
David Bennett Hill, Jr. Robert Wendell Webb 

THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN EDUCATION 

Mary Etta West Clark Freda Fern McCormick 

IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

Nathalia Brinker Alsterda Vera Gwendolyn Martin 

Marilyn Kalish Goldfarb, with Lila Ruth Parker, with Honors 

Highest Honors 



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THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 
James Bernard Sullivan 

IN COMMERCE AND LAW 
Raymond Edward Sarik 

IN MANAGEMENT 

Robert William Stern 

THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 
Joseph Pedott 

THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Ruth Miller Elliott 

IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 
Val John Olshewsky 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Donald Clarence Weber 

THE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN VETERINARY MEDICINE 

Joe Dean Meller 



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Degrees Conferred February 1 1, 1956 

THE GRADUATE COLLEGE 
THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 
Hassan Ahmad Hassan, B.S., University of London, 1952; M.S., 1953 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Javad Pirouzbakht, Agr.Engr., University of Tehran, 1935; M.S., 1953 

IN AGRONOMY 

Abdel Monem Balba, B.S., University of Cairo, 1941 ; M.S., University of Ari- 
zona, 1954 

Robert Russell Bruce, B.S., Ontario Agricultural College, 1947; M.S., Cornell 
University, 195 1 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Clarence Bailey Ammerman, B.S., M.S., University of Kentucky, 1951, 1952 
Lee Evans, B.S., Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1943; M.S., Iowa 

State College, 1947 
Harold Hunter Pierce, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Georgia, 1943, 1953 

IN BACTERIOLOGY 

Donald Oliver Hitzman, A.B., Carleton College, 1948; M.S., 1950 
John Robert Sokatch, B.S., University of Michigan, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN CERAMICS 

Franklin Fu-Yen Wang, A.B., Pomona College, 195 1 ; M.S., University of 
Toledo, 1953 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Walter Steven Kmak, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1949; M.S., 1950 
Louis Joseph Tichacek, B.S., Washington University, 1952; M.S., 1954 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Joseph Edward Dunbar, B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1949; M.S., 1952 

Edmund William Flynn, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1949 

Melvin Jerome Gortatowski, B.S., 1950; M.S., State College of Washington, 

1952 
Leonard Maxwell Isaacson, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1949 
John Webster Johnson, Jr., A.B., M.S., University of Wichita, 1952, 1953 
Gordon Robert Johnston, B.S., M.S., University of Portland, 1950, 1952 
Carl William Kammeyer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1951 
Harvey Monroe Loux, B.S., Bob Jones University, 1952 
Edward Paul Merica, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1952 
Harry Jacob Neumiller, Jr., A.B., Knox College, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 
Jack Vincent Pierce, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1940; A.M., University of 

Michigan, 1941 ; A.M., Columbia University, 1950 
Sister Mary Emeran Foley, A.B., College of St. Francis, 1936; M.S., 1947 
Ruth Adams Strojny, B.S., University of Michigan, 195 1 
Joanne Arnheim Ursprung, B.S., Queens College, 1952 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Arthur Richard Robinson, B.C.E., Cooper Union, 1951; M.S., 1953 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 

Willard Milo Dillon, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1949, 1950 

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IN EDUCATION 

Gabriel Mario Della Piana, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1950; M.S., 1953 
Ralph Paul Frazier, A.B., A.M., Colorado State College of Education, 1939, 
1941 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Elbert John Hagin, B.S., University of Colorado, 1949; M.S., 1954 

Douglas Edward Royal, B.S., M.S., 1948, 1949 

Joseph Marion Wier, B.S., M.S., Iowa State College, 1949, 1950 

IN ENGLISH 
Jerome Beaty, A.B., A.M., Johns Hopkins University, 1947, 1948 

IN ENTOMOLOGY 

George Brownlee Craig, Jr., A.B., Indiana University, 1951 ; M.S., 1952 
William Henry Luckmann, B.S., University of Missouri, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Moufied Abdel-Aziz Moussa, B.S., Fouad First University, 1948; M.S., 1953 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 
Louis Albert Wollermann, B.S., M.S., 1950, 1952 

IN GEOLOGY 

John Brown Droste, B.S., M.S., 1951, 1953 

John Patteson Wehrenberg, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN HORTICULTURE 
Paul Raymond Hepler, B.S., Michigan State College, 1048; M.S., 1950 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Dean Earl McFeron, B.S., M.S., University of Colorado, 1945, 1948 

IN PHILOSOPHY 

Thomas Patterson Hardeman, B.S., Murray State Teachers College, 1947 ; 
A.M., 1949 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Marvin Howard Eyler, A.B., Houghton College, 1946; M.S., 1948 

IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL BIOLOGY 
Leroy George Augenstine, B.S., University of Chicago, 1049; M.S., 1953 

IN PHYSICS 

Mark Quayle Barton, A.B., Central College, 1950; M.S., 1952 
Daniel Xewson Beshers, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1949; M.S., 1951 
Roy Nilson, A.B., Whitman College, 1950; M.S., 1952 

IN PSYCHOLOGY 

Bruno Paul Henry Poschel, B.S., Roosevelt College, 1951 
Leon Soffer, B.S., City College of New York, 1948; M.S., 1950 
Albert Marvin Swanson, A.B., University of Michigan, 1952 

IN SPEECH 

George Henry Kurtzrock, A.B., University of Missouri, 1949; A.M., 1951 
Orville Kurth Larson, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1941 ; A.M., Western 

Reserve University, 1942 
David George Schaal, A.B., Geneva College, 1942; A.M., Western Reserve 

University, 1946 
Willis Lloyd Turner, A.B., A.M., University of Colorado, 1950, 1953 



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IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

Floyd James Stanek, B.S., M.S., Iowa State College, 1947, 1949 

IN ZOOLOGY 

Sarojam Kurudamannil Mankau, A.B., Woman's Christian College, 1949; 

M.S., 1952 
Norman Duncan Martin, A.B., M.S., University of Toronto, 1948, 1950 
Charles Martin Weise, B.S., Ohio University, 1950; M.S., 1951 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION 

Rufus Wilford Beamer, B.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1938, 1948 
George William Denemark, A.B., A.M., University of Chicago, 1943, 1947; 

Ed.M., 1950 
John Marlowe Slater, B.S., M.S., 1939, 1942 

THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS 

Robert Arthur Wykes, B.Mus., M.Mus., University of Rochester, 1949, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 

IN ECONOMICS 

Francis Earle Barcus, A.B., 1952 

Peter Lee Raphael, A.B., University of Mississippi, 1950 

IN EDUCATION 

Webb Sylvester Clay, Jr., B.S., Lane College, 1939 
Royal Harrison Cloyd, A.B., 1949 

IN ENGLISH 

David Francis Gladish, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1950 

John Ira Kitch, Jr., A.B., 1955 

Thomas Alvin Madison, A.B., 1947 

James Walter McNeil, A.B., 1954 

Marjorie Evelyn Wright, A.B., Wheaton College, 1954 

IN FRENCH 

Carol Finch Cone, A.B., 1954 

Elane Beatrice Sue Matz, A.B., University of Idaho, 1953 

IN HISTORY 

Gloria Glee Mann Finley, B.S., Kansas State College, 1953 
Alice Aline Guimond, A.B., American International College, 1954 
Helen Katherine Reinhart, A.B., Quincy College, 1950 
Wilbur Roy Shebeck, A.B., Monmouth College, 1950 
Aaron Smith, A.B., 1950 

IN LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

John Warren Beckwith, B.S., Marquette University, 1953 
Susumu Ono, B.B.A., University of Hawaii, 1952 
Charles Frederick Ortique, A.B., Dillard University, 1949 
Ned Arnold Rosen, A.B., Antioch College, 1953 
Richard Francis West Sadler, A.B., Wabash College, 1954 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Frank John Hahn, A.B., University of Rochester, 1951 
James Harold Shelly, A.B., Oberlin College, 1954 



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IN PSYCHOLOGY 
Carolyn Wilson Graf, A.B., 1953 

IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 
Theresa Lucile Hildebrand, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1943 

IN SPANISH 
Etianna Maria Gulbenkian, A.B., 1955 

IN SPEECH 
Preston Heath Tuttle, A.B., 1934 

IN STATISTICS 

Carl Henry Carlson, A.B., 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF FRENCH 
Juozas Koncius, A.B., 1955 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Harold Francis Cahalan, A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1952 
Thomas Edward Ryan, A.B., 1953 
Robert Noah Soble, A.B., 1951 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

Shirley Jean Bailey, A.B., 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 
Keith Allan Page, A.B., 1953 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE 

IN ACCOUNTANCY 
William Paul VanFossan, B.S., Miami University, 1951 

IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 

Jerome Edward Rachner, B.S., 1955 

Clive Gordon Whittenbury, B.S., Manchester University, 1954 

James Xerikos, B.S., 1953 

IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Merwyn Keith Lindstrom, B.S., 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

Virgil Atchison Butler, B.S., 195 1 
Donald Pretzsch, B.S., 1950 

IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 
Dulal Chandra Borpujari, B.S., Allahabad Agricultural Institute, 1950; B.S., 

1954 

IN AGRONOMY 

Don Edward Finley, B.S., 1952 

Donald Alexander Holt, B.S., 1954 

Ralph Louis Judson, B.S., 1955 

Charles Sandford Levings III, B.S., 1953 

Norman Royer Malm, B.S., Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College. 

1954 
Billy Alexander Melton, Jr., B.S., New Mexico College of Agriculture and 
Mechanical Arts, 1954 

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Robert Joseph Miller, B.S., 1954 

Truong Dinh Phu, B.S., 1955 

Edward Richard Schumann, B.S., 1954 

Alvah Forrest Troyer, Jr., B.S., Purdue University, 1954 

IN ANIMAL SCIENCE 

Veryl LeRoy Fritz, B.S., Iowa State College, 195 1 

Jean Clarke Smith, D.V.M., Kansas State College, 1045 

IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

John Patrick Crowley, Jr., B.S., 1954 

IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

Richard Moore Spriggs, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1952 

IN CERAMICS 

Robert Malcolm King, B.S., 1949 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Robert Eugene Bailey, B.S., 1955 

Lester Goldstein, B.S., City College of New York, 1954 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Robert Louis Eissler, B.S., Evansville College, 1949 

Eileen Mercedes Pare, A.B., Rosary College, 1954 

Alvin Laverne Schalge, A.B., Michigan State Normal College, 1954 

Donald Arthur Vassallo, A.B., University of Connecticut, 1954 

Francis Masayuki Wachi, B.S., 1954 

Claude Manuel Wilkerson, B.S., Western Kentucky State College, 1953 

IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 

Jayantilal Shamjibhai Alagia, B.E., Gujarat University, 1954 

Joseph Vincent Benak, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1952 

Eugene Chesson, Jr., B.S., Duke University, 1950 

Walter Earl Fisher, B.S., 1952 

Omar Rashid Gardi, Diploma, College of Engineering (Baghdad, Iraq), 1952 

William Clarence Giltner, B.S., University of New Mexico, 1952 

Keiichiro Hayashi, B.Tech., University of Tokyo, 1953 

Dario Hernandez-Torres, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 1951 

Jia Ding Lin, B.S., National Taiwan University, 1954 

George Francis McDonough, Jr., B.S., Marquette University, 1953 

Kumandur Srinivasaiyengar Rangasami, B.S., B.E., University of Mysore, 

1937, 1944 
Salvador Faustino Reyes, B.S., University of Philippines, 1952 

IN DAIRY SCIENCE 
Alden Ross Hickman, B.S., 1952 

IN ECONOMICS 

George William Hardbeck, B.S., 1954 

Javad Pirouzbakht, Agr.Engr., University of Tehran, 1935 ; M.S., 1953 

IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Harry Robert Aschan, B.S.(D.S.S.), B.S.(M.E.), B.S.(E.E.), 1949, 1950, 1951 

Cheng-Lin Chen, B.S., National Taiwan University, 1954 

Benjamin Chung-I Kuo, B.S., University of New Hampshire, 1954 

Fred Robert Ore, B.S., 195 1 

George Papathanassiou, B.S., National Technical University of Athens, 1954 

Parandur Krishnamachari Rajagopalan, B.S., Madras University, 1952 

Edward Joseph Schneberger, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1954 

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IN ENTOMOLOGY 



John* Mark Kingslover, B.S., Purdue University, 195 1 

Gilbert Peter Waldbauer, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1953 

IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Larry Lee Cary, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1952 

Patricia Veitch Johnston, Higher National Certificate, Liverpool College of 

Technology, 1953 
Howard Abraham Ira Newman, B.S., 1951 

IN GEOGRAPHY 
James Addison Taylor, A.B., Kent State University, 1954 

IN GEOLOGY 

Curtis Henry Ault, B.S., Kent State University, 1954 

Donald Wallace Baird, A.B., Monmouth College, 1950 

William Jack Chamblin, B.S., 1955 

Norbert Everett Cygan, B.S., 1954 

Maxwell Silverman, Geol.E., Colorado School of Mines, 1949 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Catherine Virgene Griffin, B.S., St. Mary's College, 1926 

IN JOURNALISM 
Sheldon Lloyd Siegel, B.S., 1954 

IN LIBRARY SCIENCE 

Cameron Harrison Allen, A.B., Otterbein College, 1947 ; A.M., University of 

Wisconsin, 1951 
Ruth Elizabeth Bauner, B.S., Western Illinois State College, 1950 
Edna Mary Byerly, A.B., Cornell College, 1941 
Donald Hugh Dougherty, A.B., Lawrence College, 1950 
Vera Garin, A.B., American International College, 1954 
Mary Eleanor Hollis, A.B., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, 1943; B.S.(L.S.). 

Louisiana State University, 1946 
Elizabeth Ellen Johnson, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1940 
YYilmet Squire Leak, A.B., Fort Hays Kansas State College, 1049; A.M.. 

Municipal University of Wichita, 1951 
Mary Ellen Mattice, B.Mus., University of Arizona, 1947 
John Francis McAvin, Jr., A.B., Municipal University of Omaha, 1946 
Martha Ann Myers, B.S., Washington University, 1951 
Margaret Ellen Queen, A.B., Washington University, 1950 
Jewette Gamlin Reynolds, A.B., Fisk University, 1954 
Mary Ann Yawter, A.B., Nazareth College, 1946 
Harold Nelson Wiren, B.S., 1951 

IN MATHEMATICS 

Carl Coleman Farrington, Jr., B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

1952 
Jack Leonard Goldberg, B.S., City College of New York, 1954 
Raymond Frederick Kramer, Jr., B.S., 1954 

Jerry Chalmers McCall, A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi, 1951, 195 1 
Chih-Han Sah, B.S., 1954 

Roger Allen Stafford, A.B., University of California, 1947 
James Arthur Thompson, B.S., Wrieaton College, 1954 

IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Nepal Krishna Datta, B.E., University of Calcutta, 1948 
Frederick Dsuin Ju, B.S., University of Houston, 1953 



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Hao-Wen Liu, B.S., Miami University, 1951 ; M.S.(Mgmt), B.S.(M.E.), 1953, 

1954 
Subbarao Ramachandra, B.Eng., University of Mysore, 1945 
Lawrence Claudius Utberg, B.S., 1954 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 
Chuan-Tseng Wei, B.S., Ordnance Engineering College, 1944 

IN MUSIC EDUCATION 

Leonard William Behling, B.S., 1955 

Joseph Alfonse Farruggia, B.Mus.Ed., Northwestern University, 1953 
John Maurice Hunt, Jr., B.Mus.Ed., Millikin University, 1950 
Paul Joseph Scharfenberg, B.S., 195 1 

IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Everett Earl Phillips, Jr., B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1952 

IN PHYSICS 

Dwight Comber Burnham, B.S., Iowa State College, 1943; B.S., United States 

Military Academy, 1946 
Paul Richard Cheever, B.S., University of Rhode Island, 1952 
Roy Merton Emrick, A.B., Cornell University, 1954 
David Eugene Frederick, B.S., Yale University, 1952 
Lloyd J. Hendricks, A.B., Hastings College, 1953 
Richard Warfield Henry, B.S., Union College, 1954 
Sheldon Lee Kahalas, A.B., Harvard College, 1954 
Herbert Wayne Kuehne, B.S., 1954 
Marcia MacDonald, A.B., Cornell University, 1954 
Frank Elbert Martin, A.B., University of Missouri, 1934 
William Lenox Perkins, B.S., 1954 
Ronald Glenn Peterson, B.S., 1954 

Camden Ballard Pierce, B.S., University of Richmond, 1954 
LeRoy Carwile Stables, A.B., Syracuse University, 1948 
Ronald Francis Stauder, B.S., Central Missouri State College, 1950 
Carl Frank Stocker, B.S., Loyola University, 1954 
Jack Donald Ullman, B.S., 1951 
Philip Joseph Wyatt, B.S., University of Chicago, 1954 

IN PHYSIOLOGY 

Richard Allen Huntley, B.S., 1954 

Alethea Ann Orelup, A.B., Drury College, 1954 

IN SPEECH CORRECTION 

Sanford Edwin Gerber, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1954 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
Calvin Knox Burge, A.B., Greenville College, 1949 

IN THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS 

David Edwin Martin, B.S., 1953 

Robert Wesley Shreeves, B.S., Drexel Institute of Technology, 1954 

IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

Alfred George Schiller, D.V.M., Michigan State University, 1943 

IN ZOOLOGY 

William Franklin Childers, B.S., 1953 

Carlton Heckrotte, B.S., University of Toledo, 1952 

Arthur Kow Katoh, A.B., Syracuse University, 1954 

William Elliott McCaul, A.B., Western Michigan College of Education, 1954 

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THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION 

Mar<;akettk Verana Riki.i BALLOU, A.B., North Central College, 1930 

VERNON Howard Beggs, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1941 

James William Cheeks, B.S., Miami University, 1941 

John Richard Craddock, B.S., 1950 

Leonal Quinten Elliott. B.S., Eastern Illinois State College, 1948 

Bob Lee Geske, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1949 

Leox Dale Goldsmith, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1939 

Mary Beth Hoffman, A.B., University of Arizona, 1954 

Willie Thomas Howard, Jr., B.S., Agricultural and Technical College of 
North Carolina, 1952 

Ella May Gibson Jessel, B.S., Stout Institute, 1942 

Rose Johnson, B.S., 1943 

Harold James Klaman, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Harold James Landwehrmier, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Ted D. Laxe, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

Albert Erxest Liehr, B.S., 1952 

Mary Louise Lutkehus, A.B., MacMurray College, 1949 

Darrel Leslie Maxgas, B.S., Iowa State College, 195 1 

Robert Louis Menke, B.S., 1948 

Benjamin William Milbraxdt, B.S., State Teachers College (St. Cloud, Min- 
nesota), 1941 

Edna Muriel Morgax, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1949 

Axthoxy Leo Pavlick, B.S., 1949 

Jewel Pylate Pierce, B.S., Georgia State College for Women, 1953 

Helen Boxd Pock, A.B., 1948 

Julienne Renaud, B.S., 1950 

Sevilla Isabel Larimer Reyxolds, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College, 1938 

Mildred Irexe Steix Robb, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1950 

Robert Eugene Rodexbeck, B.S., 1954 

Mildred Emma Scheix, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1948 

Melva Josephine Sextox, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1951 

Johx Bushell Trebbe, A.B., Knox College, 1947 

Fraxcis Lawrexce Verdun, A.B., 195 1 

Gladys Penman Williams, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1952 

Priscilla Rile Zarub, B.S., Iowa State College, 1949 

THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE 

Roxald Lee Dirsmith, B.Arch., 1954 
William James McCleary, B.S., 1953 

THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION 

Lois Gexevieve Adams, B.S., 1928; A.M., Columbia University, 1938 

Charles Sturtevaxt Hershey, B.S., State Teachers College (Edinboro, Penn- 
sylvania), 1936; Ed.M., Pennsylvania State University, 1947 

James Joseph McCauley, B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1949; 
A.M., Colorado State College of Education, 1952 

Marian Louise Osborn Vogel, B.S., Ed.M., 1951, 1952 



THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN AGRICULTURE 

Lowell Edwix Akers Ned Niblo Bline 

Marvin John Bernhardy Norman Leslie Bower 

Joe Scott Bicknell Francis Terrence Busch 

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Malcolm West Bushnell 

Jordan Fisher Chaney 

Donald Gene Clampet 

Kermit Leon Clifton 

Larry Dean Collom 

Hugh James Conerty, Jr., with 

Honors 
Charles Robert Dow, with Honors 
Alva Lewis Erisman 
Richard Vaughn Evans, Jr. 
Virgil Louis Fieber 
Richard Warren Fields 
Richard Alden Frymire 
James Lawrence Gernant 
James Arthur Hartman 
Lloyd Champ Helper 
Jackie Darrell Ingold 
Willis Wayne Janssen 
Bernard Eugene Johnson 



Vernon Lloyd Lewis 



Cornelius Allen Flynn 



Donald White Jones 

Jerry Orval Kuykendall 

William Leland Mellen 

Robert Thaddeus Mooney 

Jack Hoffman Nordin 

Donald Ervin Plote 

Ronald Charles Rilott 

Charles Richard Swope 

William Allan Tinsley, with High 

Honors 
Eugene Bernard Tomlin 
Howard Ray Walker 
Thomas Carlisle Warfield, Jr. 
Melvin Norris Webb 
Harry Elwood White, with Honors 
Jack Harold Wickline 
Roger Leigh Williams 
Charles Earl Wright 



IN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY 
IN FLORICULTURE 



Harold Franklin Wilkins 



Ercole Canale Parola 
Norman David Kidd 



IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY 

Robert Enghwat Tay 

IN HOME ECONOMICS 



with 



Nina Lou Wilson Baird, 

Honors 
Patricia Campbell Bolick 
Nancy Jean Brown, with High 

Honors 
Rita Carol Chanen, with High 

Honors 



Nancy Darlene Judd 

Beverly Kantor 

Carolyn Campbell Kleven 

Marcia Lynn Manring, with Honors 

Marilyn June Morine 

Rosamond Louise Olmsted 

Joan Tedrow Zaumseil 



IN HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 



Patricia Johnson Barnhart 
Sylvia Mary Bartecki 
Carolyn Christine Giffin 
Lois Carol Longmire 



Joan Mae Pilot 
Lorraine Upton Siderius 
Mary Sturm Wishart 
Rosella Ervin Young 



John Jul 



IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT 



THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 



James Holmes Bang-Jenness 
Miguel Alvarez de la Cruz 
Paul James Douglas 
Allen Theodore Green 
David Earl Hargis 
Russell Harold Hopps, with 

Honors 
Gerald Duane Kinroth 
Frank Joseph Kranz 
Jerome Alvin Lauderbaugh 



Louis Oling, with High Honors 
James Joseph Piechocki 
Franklin David Postula 
James Allan Sanger 
Robert Joseph Patrick Shanahan 
High Harold Lee Solomon 

William Ray Starkey 
Ronald Joseph Vermeulen 
Wesley Bernard Williams 
Thaddeus Ralph Wojtowicz 



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IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



Walter Allen Xewlin 
Allen Wesley Noehre 



Robert Leif Hallse 
David William Ports 



James Edward Smith 
Joseph Sidney Stevenson 



IN CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



William George Rob son 



IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 



HlKMET BASIK 

Robert Walter Bein 

Thomas Richard Bright 

John Joseph Buehler 

Robert Laurence Carsello, with 

Honors 
James George Chamberlin 
Alfred Lyon Cohen 
Philip Victor Delmastro 
Ilmars Dzenis 
Jack Ernest Eades 
Kenneth Oscar Erickson 
Daniel Espinosa Fajardo 
James Louis Fanson 
Guillermo Garcia-Salazar 
Robert Emerson Gates 
Raymond John Gray 
Harry Bittle Hansell 
John Heald Heindel 
Kenneth Charles Jenkins 
Ralph Amdi Jensen 
Yilmaz Kozacioglu 
Benjamin Stanley Krasinski 



Gerald Fredrickson Lahey 
Lawrence Louis Lantero 
Paul Richard Lauschke, Jr. 
Harry John Lim (Kyaw Min) 
Charles Allen McBride, Jr. 
William Leslie McClure 
Raymond Lowell Miles 
Frank Patrick Moolin, Jr., with 

High Honors 
John Beaumont Morgan 
Norton Joseph Murphy 
Bruce Lemarr Ratterree 
Robert Allen Sachs 
Robert Wayne Schmeltzer 
Bernard Louis Schwartz 
Philip George Seges 
Don Grant Simonson 
Robert William Sipowich, 

Honors 
Dale Kenneth Sonney 
James Emmett Swift 
Raymond Leroy Wirkus 
Joseph Jay Zeman 



with 



IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Robert Henry Ahrens 

Eugene Lloyd Benner 

Paul Anthony Contos 

Andrew Harvey Crozier 

Luis Alberto De Lima 

Andrew Theodore Esker 

Robert Eugene Feldman 

Robert John Froelich 

Jaime Ernesto Mendieta Gaitan 

Gordon Edward Gee 

Andrew Joseph Gremer 

Uri Fritz Gronemann, with High 

Honors 
Laurence Hallgrim Hansen 
Edward Allen Huber, with High 

Honors 
Richard William Klammer 
Yoshio Koyasako 



Walter John Link 
Richard Donald Mackowak 
Gerald Lee Mahoney 
Luis Alfonso Molina Marriaga 
Richard Athol McKern 
Joseph Milani, Jr. 
Lenos Garrah Muret 
Walter Glen Norton 
Donald Douglas Perry 
Alfred Joseph Potthast 
James Clifford Powers 
Larry Richard Sadler 
Hing Cheong So, with Honors 
Anton Leonard Soeller, Jr. 
Andrew Michael Stemple 
Charles Peter Wolf 
Dean Richard Zaumseil 



IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 



Peter Anthony Minerva 
Charles Lubomir Rohel, Jr. 



George Zdenek Rohel 



Clarence David Beatty 
Arlie O. Boswell, Jr. 
Ross Andrew Dahlberg 
Henry Dougherty, Jr. 



IN GENERAL ENGINEERING 



John Andrew Gay 
Edward Carl Gloppen 
Richard Dale Jonson 
Alan Woodward Kramer 



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Charles Hutchinson Lindrooth 
John William Sharp 



Thomas Charles Sherman 
Allyn Edward Webb, Jr. 



IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

Paul Luther Addy 
Milton Al Diller 
William Richard Gruener 



Fred William McDowell, Jr. 
Vincent Ritchie Tylman 



IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Guillermo Acosta-Carbonell 
William Harold Anda 
James Jacob Anderson 
John Lawrence Arneson, with 

Honors 
Victor Hugo Berthene 
Edward Joseph Biskup 
Peter Carlyle Bodett 
Edward Raymond Caba 
Ted Robert Charanian, Jr. 
Roland Estel Clement 
Elmer Lee Collins 
Joseph Emmo Danes, Jr. 
Orrin August Eames III 
Donald Ray Ehrhart 
Jorge Esguerra-Reyes 
Thomas Jude Finlayson 
Suey Yee Fong 
Winfield Scott Gibson 
Herbert Fredrick Hann 
Richard Lloyd Hanson 
John Albert Hardgrove 
Allen Dana Harper 
Derrolle Eugene Haugen 
Robert Gustave Hering, with 

Honors 
Louis Karon Herman 
Kenneth Eugene Hilgenbrink 
Donald Frederic Hoppensteadt 
Alex Burl Hunter, Jr. 
George Victor Johnson 
Roger Carl Johnson 

IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

Leopold Albertin Duane Virgil Moberg 

Roy Irvin Batista Kenneth Roger Wilson 

Joseph Francis Enrietto, with High 
Honors 

IN MINING ENGINEERING 



Takenori Kanazawa, with Honors 
Allan Algimantas Kaupas 
Donald Edward Kendall 
John Thomas Kindelin 
Richard Rollin LeVon 
Alan Eugene Magrow 
Clyde Eugene Mattson 
Thomas James McNamara, with 

Honors 
Richard Martin Monson 
Lester Dale Moore 
Laurence James Moran, Jr. 
Fred Stanley Morris 
Walter Allen Myers 
Parviz Nabavian 
Donald Maynard Nagel 
James Perry Nagle 
Kian Cheong Oei 
James Marvin Porter 
John Delbert Ray 
Milton Rodriguez-Gomez 
John Bennett Ross 
James William Stanley 
Vytautas Pranas Suopys 
Joaquin Tello-Pineros 
Fred Gissler Turk, with Honors 
Peter Vischer 
Thomas Edwin Watts 
John Robert Williams 
Claude Kevin Williamson 
George Dimitri Wolodkin 



Dean Campbell Garza 
Donald Keith Holmes 



Paul Robert Sprehe 



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 

IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Rebecca Jean Ayars, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Raymond Arnold Benson 
Charlotte Frances Bunn 



James Edward Butler 
Veronica Torielli Carper 
Francis Vincent Cavoto 
Mildred Marrs Correia 



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John Joseph Costello William Henry Mayo 

Joseph William Devero Kathleen Marie McCullough 

Daniel Moran Doyle Alta Miriam Mitchell 

Eve Edelstein Doris Lucille Moore 

Raymond Ware Fannings Ronald Gadd Mosby 

Geraldine Barbara Fekete Robert Howard Nachenberg 

Frank Charles Fiai.a Elizabeth Harding Pasti 

Carl Robert Floden, with Honors in James Rodney Pearson 

Psychology Edwin John Pechous, with Honors in 
Shirley Randels Floyd History 

James Pitts Francis Calvin Seymour Pfeffer 

Howard Sandy Click Ruth Ellen Adeline Pio 

Betty Sussman Gottlieb Allen Howard Podet 

Stanford Gr adman John Moren Scheldrup 

Joan Mindlin Graff Joseph William Schwarz 

Lowell Gray Grant Ernest Daniel Simon 

Thomas Peter Grattelo Ross Marion Smith 

Joel Harold Greenstein Vicky Stavropoulos 

Marion Anthony Gregory, Jr. Cecile Diane Stoller 

Helen Suzanne Jones Harry Woodward Summers, Jr. 

Karol Linda Kane Robert Stuart Sward, with Honors 
Ethel Katsoulis in English 

Fred Carl Laccabue John Craig Thompson 

Monte Walter Locander Merrill Sanford Thompson, with 
Joanne Lucey High Honors in Economics 

Frances Elizabeth Mac Donald Nancy Jane Utley 

Joan Audrey Marmel Lester Clausen White 

IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 

Adrienne B. Cohen Roxane Joy Kamm, with High Honors 

Victor Myers Hoar Josephine Shelia Zadovsky 

IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES 

Nancy Jean Hiatt, with High Honors Marie Louise Zilly, with High 
David James Jareo Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPANISH 

Barbara Zaxder Barth John Martinez 

Rita Cohen Jean Helen Matkovich 

IN THE TEACHING OF SPEECH 

Sandra Lipa Reva Tackel, with Honors 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

Melford Ray Beamon, with Honors Wesley Clay King 

Sheldon Bernsen, with Honors Milton George Kostner 

Herbert Lee Brantley, Jr. Hushang Nabavian 

John' James Brodbeck, with High Robert Walter Schaefer, with 

Honors Highest Honors 

Bruce Alan Geisert, with Honors John Clarence Zahner, with High 
Donald Lee Hauser Honors 

IN CHEMISTRY 

Uldis Blukis, with Highest Honors Phillip Edward Sokol, with Honors 

William Earl Coleman John George Verkade, with High 
Jerome Murray Gess Honors 

Edward George Perkins 



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IN LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Paul Edwin Bachelor 

Bertha Nickolae Baker 

Kent Beauchamp 

Howard Bernstein 

Floyd H. Blackmore, Jr. 

Gerald Cohen 

Robert William Coster 

Carl Arthur Crother 

Ronald Frank Cunat 

Elaine Davis 

Patricia Anne Day 

Richard William Duncan 

Rene Donald Durand 

Edward Stuart Eby, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Tomy Endo 

Lillian Annamae Ernst 
John Prince Floyd 
Edward Robert Flynn 
Ray Shigemasa Fukumoto 
Sidney Herman Garland 
Harold Jay Gluskoter 
Claire Ida Higham 
Robert Edmund Holzman 



Eugene Timothy Kucera 

Howard Levy 

Avron Barney Magram 

Nicholas Mazurane 

Dennis Francis McCarron 

Elizabeth Hall McCollough 

William Dean Meyer 

Richard Alan Muenow 

Harry Waldemar Muller, with High 

Honors in Mathematics 
Jane Esther Naylor 
Robert Dale Pausch 
Robert George Pheanis 
Richard James Powers 
Dewey Leroy Sims 
Thomas Junior Skinner 
Samuel John Staffa, Jr. 
Duane Stanley Steidinger 
Jon Daniel Techentin 
Norman Dominic Tomiello 
Vytautas Paul Vadopalas 
George Frank Votruba, with High 

Honors in Mathematics 
Steven Burt Zimmerman 



Nancy Day Schilf 

John Richard Tomszyk, with Honors 



IN THE TEACHING OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND GENERAL SCIENCE 

Kenneth Dean George, with Honors 
Suzanne Elfgen Lauschke 
Mary Elizabeth Mangaoang, with 
High Honors 

IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS 
Marcia Anne Leuchter 



THE COLLEGE OF LAW 
THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN LAW 



Robert Dean Spriggs 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS 



Robert Neil Corley, B.S., 1952 
Ronald Morton Glink, B.S., 1954 
Edgar Raymond Kelly, B.S., 1948 
Robert Lee Kiesler, B.S., 1954 
Arnold Edward Landsman, B.S., 1953 
Thomas Joseph Logue, A.B., 1952 
Leonard Erwin Newman, A.B., 1954 



Pete Gust Pelafas, A.B., 1950 
Morton Rochman, B.S., 1954 
Jacob Richard Skouby, A.B., 1954 
Gerald Woodrow Smith, B.S., 1952 
George Julian Van Emden, A.B., 
1954; with Honors 



THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Mary Elizabeth Alexander 
Kay Joan Carlson 



IN EDUCATION 

Paul Gosney Flood 
Willie Marie Frazier 



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Albert Steven I ■ ^trell 

Carol Jeanne Lummn 

Jerry Richard Maisenbacher 

Paul David McLougiilin, with 
Honors 



William Gears Rankin 

Reena Papiroff Smith, with Honors 

Gordon Lonnon Thomas, Jr. 

Maxine Rudman Twery 

Marian Roberta Fowler Willis 



IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Rosemary Adel Bauer 

Elizabeth Anne Burrell 

Helen Grubb Carpenter 

Mary Louise Davis 

Marie Lois Fisher 

Betty Jane Gabriel 

Marlene Joyce Goldstein 

Joan Ruth Groth, with High Honors 

Mary Katherine Hartray, with 

Honors 
Sandra Anne Haussermann 
Marlene Iris Horberg, with Honors 
Norma Forbes Jacobson 
Elizabeth Anne Kercher, with 

Honors 



Mary Louise Krempel 

Ethel Naiditch 

Stella Nick Olfanos 

David Dale Riegle 

Darlene Schwartz Rowe 

Doris Edith Sapeer, with Honors 

Marilyn Chemino Schwartz, with 

Honors 
Lois Block Solomon 
Cynthia Madeline Soter 
Ruth Royer Stapleton 
Sally Ann Tweedie 
Viola Jean Wolken 



IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



George Lynn Hartsuch 
James Elmer Hinkle 



Henry William Plahn, 
Dwain Hobart Speer 



Jr. 



THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ACCOUNTANCY 



Edward Francis Balke, with Honors 
Philip Louis Ball, with Honors 
Glen Richard Bernfield, with High 

Honors 
Paul Nicholas Crossland 
Robert Edward De Lance 
Frank Anthony Fiorenza 
John Thomas Fisher 
Richard Hackett Gallagher 
Jack Duane Gleason 
Lawrence Arnold Goldman 
Harold Goodman 
Hampo Hagopian 
William Ray Hutchings 
Charles Floyd Jarvill 
Byford Lee Karns 
Robert Lambros Katsuleas 
Allen Wendell Kief 
Michael Robert Kohx 
Berthold Francis Krings 
Duane Huff Latta 
Audrey Bessie Laznicka 



Richard Mazyrack 

Paul Marvin McMullen 

Roger John Mercer 

Alvin Joseph Noftz, with Honors 

Gerald Raymond Perlstein 

Donald Eugene Peterson 

Robert Allen Plozay 

Lino Rovina 

Paul Theodore Sachs 

Roy Herbert Schneider 

Charles George Schultz, Jr. 

Donald Gordon Shanks 

Selwyn Burton Shapiro 

John Robert Sidenstick 

William Peter Siderius 

Homer Lee Smith 

Al Zoltan Spitz, with Honors 

Jack Walter Stemberger 

James Edgar Sturdyvin 

James Thomas Temple 

Jack Berlin Warner 

Robert Gordon Weiss 



Roger Stephen Baskes, with Honors 
in Finance 



IN ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCE 

David Bruce Lindblad 



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IN COMMERCE AND LAW 

Eric Garrigue Vesely 



Robert Ferrell Emerson 
Harold Frank Tenney, with High 
Honors 

IN COMMERCIAL TEACHING 
Stephanie Helen Kusek 

IN ECONOMICS 



Wesley Howard Dejmek 
Rikuma Ito 

Willard Edward Mathews 
Fredric Arthur Most 
Gerald Moran O'Dwyer 
Richard Leon Pingry 



Thomas Frederick Schmitz 
Sameuddin Taraki 
Gary Bennett Thomas 
William Thomas Tozer, with High 

Honors 
Milton Lester Williams 



IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE 

Karl Edward Meurlot, with Honors 

IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 

Howard Theodore Walder 



James Kenneth Young 



IN ECONOMICS AND MARKETING 



IN FINANCE 



William Carswell Goodwyn, 
Frank Matthew Polancic 
William David Ristow 



Walter Joseph Bauer, Jr. 
Bernard Lawrence Burnstine 
Donald Richard Demski, with 
Honors 

IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 

Donald Gene Archer Roy Larson Mallstrom 

William Henry Franklin III James Edwin Rees 

Richard Sherman Gaylord Roy Turchen 

George Ronald Gellert Robert Lewis Wildenradt 
George Louis Gfroerer 



Jr. 



IN MANAGEMENT 



John Arthur Campbell 
Virgil Kenneth Cates 
George Henry Dresch 
John Edward Gillstrom 
John Richard Goles 
Charles Ogilvie Henry 
Lawrence Neil Hoffnagle 
Donald Wallace Jeffrey, Jr. 
James Walter Jozwiak 
Allan Warren Karlove 
James Allan Larsen 
Oscar Lennard 



John William McCormick 
Wayne Clarence Nelson 
James Richard Norkewicz 
William Gerald Phillis 
John Rezabek 
Francis Vincent Roggio 
David Earl Simmons 
Herbert Leroy Templeton 
Raymond Richard Thomas 
Willard Presson Thomson 
Vladimir Vanek 
Benediktas Ramutis Zemaitis 



Joseph Wechman 



IN MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING 



IN MARKETING 



William G. Bingham 
Douglas Glen Brown 
Allen Burton Carter 
Richard Louis Christopher 
David Thomas Fagan 
Richard Earl Haynes 
Richard Charles Hoag 
Richard Warren Hurckes 



Thomas Roy Kent, with Honors 
Richard Stanley Kotarski 
Thomas Mark Lazar 
Edward Joseph Lazowski 
Raymond Joseph Maroney 
David Allen Mersbach 
Jack Meshulam 
Robert LeRoy Murphy 



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Jack Edwin Olson Jack Cecil Sopkin 

John Francis Paulius Richard Allen Stiegel 

Xokman Perlmutter Guy Stone 

Daniel Georges Robert Frank Waynor Thorp 

Donald Lee Schilke Richard Allen Voell 

Howard B. Schwarzbach John Michael Warner 

Dennis Lee Serdahl Robert Francis Whipple 

Gumersindo Serje-Ahumada Maynard Lee Winston 

IN SECRETARIAL TRAINING 

Jacquelyn Gale 

THE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 

IN JOURNALISM 

Corliss Dunlop Anderson John Bruce McLaughlin 

Robert Dean Bentley John Gardner Meredith, with Honors 

Lawrence Charles Claypool Gerald Yale Meyers 

William Grant Dochterman, with Bruce Stuart Odom 

Honors Lee John Polowick 

Renee Eileen Dvore Gerald Frank Rosenberg 

William Dale Fix Mike Sam Stillerman 

Robert Lawrence Kite Harry Mitchell Urist 

Louis Paul Kraft Betty Onstad Watson 
Howard Harold Levey 



THE COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE 

Rembert Caven Alley, Jr., with Frederic Allen Kay 

Honors Robert George Larsen 
Richard Irving Belman, with High Aden Jesse Lauchner 

Honors John Richard Logan 

Nathan Angelo Carras Roger Williams Margerum, Jr. 

Herman Walter Cisek James Halsey Mead 

Samuel Richard DePeugh Robert George Muir 

Xewton Thomas Elder Brian Morgan Owens 

Richard Mallory Engle Roy Josef Paleta 

Paul Walter Fahrenkrog William Leslie Shaw 

Hanns Julius Fischer James Joseph Smith 

Joseph John Gangi Thomas Stephens 

William Tyler Gray Sigitas Kazimieras Zubkus 

Thomas Dale Hubbard, with Highest 
Honors 

THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 

IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Roger Otto Kurth, with Honors Mary Florence McKee, with Honors 

Donald Reid MacCrimmon, Jr. Dawn Elizabeth Wolfe 

IN ART EDUCATION 

Anne Marie Andersen Irene Elizabeth McCarthy, with 

Dolores Ann Cass Honors 

Nancy Lee Karls 



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IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 



Giacinto Carl D'Ercoli, with Honors 
Donald Edward Hooker 
Allen Russell Johnson 
Rudolph William Krolopp, Jr. 
Oswald John Mazzetta 



Lawrence Lee Mitchell 
Douglas Parker Montague 
Lawrence Earl Roovaart 
Albert Steve Saia 



IN PAINTING 



JoAnn Pergrem 

Shirley Jean Stewart, with Highest 

Honors 
Thomas Timothy Wilson, with High 

Honors 



Conrad Van der Horck Woods, with 
High Honors 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 



Fred Leroy Elsasser 
William Martin Henriksen 
Robert David Lauson 



Richard Elmer Lenke 
Bernard Shinosaki 
William Clark Tippens 



Frederick Leon Creager, Jr. 
Arthur George Garikes 
Albert Raymond Mitton 



IN ARCHITECTURE 



Joseph Voska, Jr. 
Philip Brooks Withrow 
Thomas James Wrona 



IN MUSIC EDUCATION 



Glenn Roger Anderson 
James Allen Cobb 
Maida Schelling Meyer 
Alfreda Celeste Phelps 
Arthur Elliott Price 
Robert Joel Rogier, with Highest 
Honors 



Howard Laverne Sandlund 
Eugene Henry Urbaniec 
Mary Lee Arterbury Wolf 
Robert Elmer Yung, with Honors 



THE SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Donald Frederick Burns 

Joseph Gomez Calderon 

Gus Chandler 

Allen Paul Cooper 

Dale Wendell Foster 

Renee Freedman 

Leonide Mae Gaines 

Martin Jerome Genualdi, with 

Honors 
Charles Gustin 
Gerald Robert Hansen 
Wilfred George Landreth 
Maurice Levy 
John Richard Litster 



Bruce Frank Brantingham 
Sarah Ann Corrigan 
Marie Lucille Davidson 



Vincent George John Mankus 
Darlene Joyce Miller ~ 
George Ryoji Mizuguchi 
Mary T. Parent 
Dino Augustino Pezzato 
Patricia Elizabeth Pink, with 

Honors 
Jean Ann Ritter 
Marston Swanberg 
Marvin Rolf Syren 
Barbara Jean Thiel • 
Mary Marcella Tumenas " 
Paula Strohl Westerlund/ 



IN RECREATION 



Michael Joseph Falconieri 
Robin Lane Johnson 



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THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 



Clem John Acker 
Richard August Adams 
Thomas Everett Atchison, with 

Honors 
Arthur Ford Baker 
Laurance Hadley Bender 
Robert Selig Bernstein, with Honors 
Charles Curtis Borowiak 
James Taylor Bugbee, Jr. 
Donald Willis Carpenter 
loren duane clark 
Kenneth William Cox 
Robert Lou Cox 
Philip Neal Dunham 
Clifton Greene Engle 
Joe Allen Fasig 
Edwin Harley Franklin 
Harold Earl Grenard 
Herman Findley Guffey 
Eugene Lyle Haak 
Arthur Reigle Hall 
Coleman McAdoo Harris 
Robert Heath 
Horace Lynn Henderson 
Ewart C. Hooper 
John Emmet Hue, with Honors 



Alexander Anthony Humulock, Jr. 
David William Hutchinson, with 

Honors 
Robert Thomas Kaloupek 
Harold William Kerster 
Guy Maurice Kramer, Jr. 
Edward Louis Kuzanek 
Robert Harry Lange 
B. James McCarthy 
William James McEldowney 
Robert Earl Miller 
Gilbert Oran Nicholson 
Virgil Lee Oakman 
Gus John Pappas 
John Govvan Reed 
Charles William Ruddell 
Thomas Arnold Russell, Jr. 
Gordon Russel Smale 
Richard John Steinbrinck, with 

Honors 
Allen Wesley Stillman 
Don Harvey Thormahlen 
Joseph Myron Trautman 
Elmer Lee Whitmire 
Raymond A. Zimnywoda 



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PRIZES AND AWARDS 



Alpha Lambda Delta Prize 
Virginia Joy Thompson 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
Stanley Judson Routh 

American Institute of Architects 
School Medal 
Stanley Judson Routh, First 
Thomas Dale Hubbard, Second 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Central Illinois Section 
Eugene Louis Joerns 
Otis Eugene Michels 
Raymond Lowell Miles 
Illinois Section 
mlroslaw noyszewski 
Robert Kenneth Waddick 

American Society of Landscape 
Architects Certificate of Merit 
David Pricer Spencer 

American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers Prize 

Alfonso Pena Sanchez 
Ellis August Schmidt 

Ira O. Baker Prizes in 
Civil Engineering 

Edward John Ladewski, First 
Miroslaw Noyszewski, Second 

Martha Belle Barrett Prize in 
History 

Robert Louis Brubaker 
Wilma Ethel Frostenson 

Delta Theta Epsilon Award in 
Physical Education 
Robert Dwight Leigh 

Donald W. Doerscher Memorial 
Award in Philosophy 
James Elbert Herget 

Edward C. Earl Prizes in 
Architecture (Engineering 
Option) 

Charles Morton Boldon, First 
Thomas Dale Hubbard, Second 
Paul Theodore Anderson, Third 



English Poetry Prize 

Ralph Henry Jackson 
Charles LaDell Nagel 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Gerald Ray Miller 

Thacher Howland Guild 
Memorial Prize 
John L. Leckel 

Harker Prize in Law 
Gaze Elmer Lukas 

Illinois Society of Professional 
Engineers Awards 

Joseph John Lang 
Donald Wayne Moon 

Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 
Awards 

Richard Roy Cullom 
Fred Oven Martikan 

Institute of Radio Engineers 
Award in Electrical 
Engineering 
Daniel Van De Simone 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 
Carol Lee Sims 

Kappa Delta Pi Award in 
Education 
Margaret Jean Arnold 

Omicron Nu Plaque in Home 
Economics 
Ruth Louise McNabb 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 

Thomas Bernard Battles, First 
Baron Victor Clemencon 
Whateley II, Second 
Arthur Lundh, Third 



Ricker Prize in the History of 
Architecture 
George Eldridge Magee 



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Edward L. Ryerson Traveling 
Fellowships 

In Architecture 
Stanley Judson Routh 
In Landscape Architecture 
Richard Marks Selleg 

St. Louis Advertising Club 
Awards 
John Anthony Cleary 
Sara Laird Knodell 

Sigma Delta Chi Citation of 
Achievement 
Tohn Anthony Cleary 



Society of Automotive Engineers 
Prize 

James F. Bueche 
Ellis August Schmidt 

Theta Sigma Phi Award in 
Journalism 
Mary Catherine Campbell 

James M. White Memorial Prize 
in Architecture 
George Eldridge Magee 

C. C. Wiley Traveling Award in 
Highway Engineering 

Hans Frederick Bell 



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